Choose from this large selection of blood pressure trackers that you can print and use for free. You’ll find a variety of styles and designs to choose from.
Use these free printable blood pressure chart templates to help you keep an eye on your blood pressure levels and keep a log of the results each day.
An unhealthy lifestyle is one of the key factors to having unusual blood pressure. Simple changes such as having more vegetables in your diet or reducing your salt intake can help you manage your blood pressure much better.
Don’t get caught out when it comes to tracking your blood pressure!
You can use a simple blood pressure tracker to keep your results organized.
Learn how to take your blood pressure readings, how to find the best monitor, and how to log your blood pressure right here. Use our free printable blood pressure charts to help you keep track of your health.
- Blood Pressure Trackers
- How to read blood pressure measurements
- Low Blood Pressure
- Normal Blood Pressure
- High Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure Trackers
Choose from this selection of blood pressure trackers and use them to log the date, time, blood pressure results, your heart rate, and any additional notes.
These printable blood pressure logs are a great way of storing your results which you can also pass on to your doctor for them to see.
By keeping a log of your blood pressure using these printable trackers, you can pass these results to your doctor who will find these very helpful when helping you manage your care.
Always be sure to get in touch with your healthcare provider if you have any worries or a medical condition.
How to read blood pressure measurements
To read your blood pressure at home you will need to invest in home blood pressure monitors.
Make sure you choose a blood pressure monitor that is:
- Clinically validated.
- Digital with an upper arm cuff above the elbow.
Only invest in a blood pressure monitor if you are sure it will give you peace of mind rather than cause anxiety.
Verywellhealth.com has lab-tested 8 blood pressure monitors, giving you the pros and cons and marks out of five for each one, so be sure to check it out for some advice before purchasing a monitor for use at home.
As you take your blood pressure reading make sure you are rested, with both feet flat on the ground, and don’t exercise, drink caffeine, or eat anything 30 minutes before your reading.
Blood pressure is measured using millimeters of Mercury (mmHg) and consists of two measurements:
- Systolic blood pressure number (top number) – This is the pressure when your heart pushes blood out
- Diastolic blood pressure number (bottom number) – This is the pressure when your heart rests between beats
If you have had your blood pressure measured at the doctors and have heard them say, for example, 120 over 80, this means your systolic pressure (sbp) was measured at 120mmHg and your diastolic pressure (dbp) measured at 80mmHg. This is an ideal blood pressure reading.
Blood Pressure Readings
Low Blood Pressure
Low blood pressure is considered as 90/60mmHg or lower.
Low blood pressure is also known as Hypotension and occurs when your brain, heart, and other parts of your body don’t get enough blood.
Symptoms of low blood pressure may include:
- Blurred vision.
- Pale, clammy skin.
- Lack of concentration.
Normal Blood Pressure
Normal blood pressure for both a male and females should be between 90/60mmHG and 120/80mmHg.
High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure is considered 140/90mmHg or higher.
High blood pressure is also known as hypertension and can cause severe health problems such as diabetes, kidney damage, and cardiovascular problems such as a heart attack or stroke.
Symptoms of high blood pressure may include:
- Blurred vision.
- Heart palpitations.
- Chest pain.
- Shortness of breath.
If you notice your reading is above or below the normal blood pressure level, then you should talk to your doctor or healthcare provider right away. If you have high or low blood pressure, you may need to treat it with medication until you reach your target blood pressure.
It is important to take multiple readings a few minutes apart to give you a more accurate result.
Printable blood pressure log
Add this printable blood pressure log to your health planner today.
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