Know your BP?

and why knowing it matters?

 Learn About High BP

Arm yourself with the knowledge you need. Learn what your blood pressure numbers mean and protect yourself and those you love from the “silent killer’s” serious consequences.

 Symptoms, Diagnosis & Monitoring of HBP

The test is simple and the results are critical, especially if your numbers are high. Find out about receiving an accurate diagnosis and learn to monitor your numbers.

 Tools & Resources

Find downloadable and interactive tools to help you successfully manage your blood pressure.

 Prevention & Treatment of HBP

Good news! High blood pressure is manageable. Find out what you can do to enjoy wellness and live at your healthiest potential.

 Your Risk for HBP

Some people are at higher risk of developing HBP because of gender, age or race. Find out your level of risk and learn about the factors you can control to stay healthy.

 Why HBP Matters

Untreated high blood pressure can damage and weaken your arteries. Find out how this process causes serious health consequences and what you can do to prevent them.

Take our Heart Risk Test

Raise your life expectancy by lowering high blood pressure

At age 50, total life expectancy is about five years longer for people with normal blood pressure than for those with high blood pressure (HBP or hypertension).

How it works

Click on the “Add Up the Impact” picture above, agree to the terms, and start the online test by entering information about your age, sex, and your latest blood pressure reading to learn the threats to your health. Learn how a few lifestyle changes can lower your blood pressure and health risks — and print your risk report to review and discuss with your healthcare professional.

To test this tool, you can enter an estimated or sample blood pressure reading. However, in order to get accurate results, you’ll need your current blood pressure numbers to effectively use this tool.

To get your blood pressure numbers, have your blood pressure checked by your healthcare professional, use a home monitoring device or see if there a blood pressure machine at your local pharmacy.