Track Your Blood Pressure
Medhelp's free Blood Pressure Tracker allows users to keep track of their systolic and diastolic blood pressure in order to prevent the medical conditions associated with hypertension or hypotension. High blood pressure (hypertension) can lead to kidney abnormality, structural abnormalities of the aorta, and narrowing of certain arteries. Low blood pressure (hypotension) can be related to dehydration, heart disease, pericarditis, bradycardia, tachycardia, vasovagal reaction, and orthostatic hypotension. The tracker will store symptoms related to high blood pressure, including impotence, mental problems, bone loss, blurred vision and blindness; and low blood pressure, such as dizziness, confusion, and lightheadedness. The Blood Pressure Tracker makes logging blood pressure levels, heart rates (pulse), medications, and treatments simple and easy. In addition, tracking blood pressure over time develops a chart that will allow users and their doctors to decide on the best way of managing their health.

The MedHelp Blood Pressure Tracker helps users visualize their progress and track their stats online without a paper and pen. The data is always accessible - from home, the office, school or on vacation. In addition, users will be able to write a journal detailing their progression and share it with their family and doctor.
Blood Pressure Tracker Benefits
Record all the symptoms related to varying blood pressure levels, including confusion, dizziness, and edema
Track the effectiveness of treatments like Fludrocortisone, vasoconstrictors, CA channel blockers, ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, central agonists, and diuretics
Develop a Blood Pressure chart that provides a monthly overview of your symptoms, treatments, and related events
Combine with other MedHelp trackers such as the Exercise Tracker, Sleep Tracker, Water Tracker, Heart Rhythm Tracker, Diabetes Tracker, Temperature Tracker, and Dysautonomia Tracker to record all symptoms in greater detail
Compare your personal blood pressure (BP) tracker to public trackers in the Blood Pressure Tracker Gallery