The Blood Pressure Action Plan will help you achieve and manage a healthy blood pressure

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Do you have diabetes and/or kidney disease? Tips
Diabetes and/or Kidney disease and blood pressure:

Diabetes and/or Kidney disease and blood pressure are two commonly linked risk factors of heart disease and stroke. If you have diabetes or kidney disease, your target blood pressure, directed by your physician, will be lower than the general population in order to help control your risk of developing heart disease and stroke.
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TIPS:

  • Take your pressure at the same time each day
  • Sit with your back straight and supported and your feet flat on the floor
  • Your arm should be supported on a flat surface with upper arm at heart level
  • How to check your own blod pressure

TIPS:

  • Take your pressure at the same time each day
  • Sit with your back straight and supported and your feet flat on the floor
  • Your arm should be supported on a flat surface with upper arm at heart level
  • How to check your own blood pressure

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This program has been supported in part by a grant from Dairy Farmers of Canada. It has been independently researched, written and reviewed by the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Acceptance of financial support does not constitute an endorsement.