Friday, January 3, 2014

Ozeri Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Review

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Ozeri Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor Review

I was sent the Ozeri Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Model BP5K for a review. My hubby and I are getting older and we both have very stressful and unhealthy jobs. From rotating shifts with odd hours to eating at fast food places at 2am, we knew we needed a change in our health. 
The Ozeri Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor came just in time to help us on our road to better health. 
I have to say that I have been blessed with low blood pressure my whole life. Even with all of my bad habits, blood pressure problems have not been an issue for me. My hubby on the other hand is not so lucky. 
 I love how the monitor has a voice activated. It tells you exactly what to do. It even has a sensor that will tell you if your arm is too high or two low to give a correct reading. Hubby tried it and after following the voice activated guide, he soon received his results. His blood pressure was 141/90. While this isn't terrible, the monitor alerted him that he might have mild hypertension. After a few days of the same results, I made an appointment for him at the doctor. Better to be safe than sorry. 
This little gadget has many features that I liked. The large display screen is nice along with the voice guided program. You can save user information with the memory program to keep track over several days. That is an easy way to keep information to give to the doctor. It comes with a handy little carrying case for storage. Remember not to have a cell phone around it when in use as it may cause a false reading. 

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