Get at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day, five days a week.
Eat a healthy diet with more fruits and vegetables, foods lower in sodium, and fewer sweets and sugary drinks.
If you smoke, quit. The sooner you quit smoking, the sooner your body begins to heal.
Schedule appointments to see your health care provider regularly.
Blood pressure is the force of blood moving through your blood vessels. The higher it is, the more pressure it puts on the inside of your blood vessels. This extra pressure can also damage your organs.
|Top #||Bottom #||Results|
|Below 120||Below 80||Your blood pressure is in the normal range.|
|120-139||80-89||Discuss what this means at your next visit with your health care provider.|
|140-179||90-109||Your blood pressure is high. See or call your health care provider ASAP.|
|Above 180||Above 110||Your blood pressure is dangerously high. See your health care provider or get medical care today, even if you feel fine.|
BMI is a measure of how much you weigh compared to how tall you are. Calculate what your BMI is here!
A BMI that is:
Your Hemoglobin A1C measures your average blood sugar levels over the past 2-3 months.
An A1C number that is: