Having a printable blood pressure chart is a great way to track the changes of your blood pressure readings. Because there are situations when the changes of your readings are not determined by physical effort, emotional upheaval or tiredness.
Therefore one of the most important things you can do for your health is measure your blood pressure and track all your blood pressure readings with a blood pressure chart.
|Date||Time||Systolic Values (mm Hg)||Diastolic Values (mm Hg)||Category|
|Below 120||Below 80||Normal blood pressure|
|140-159||90-99||Stage 1 hypertension|
|160 or more||100 or more||Stage 2 hypertension|
|Category||Normal Blood Pressure||Prehypertension||Stage 1 hypertension||Stage 2 hypertension||Date||Time|
|Systolic Values (mm Hg)||Below 120||120-139||140-159||160 or more|
|Diastolic Values (mm Hg)||Below 80||80-89||90-99||100 or more|
|Systolic Values (mm Hg)|
|Diastolic Values (mm Hg)|
Including stress management into your blood pressure lowering practice is important. We cannot completely eliminate stress from our life but carving out some time each day to quiet your mind and try to totally relax your body will help tremendously.
You can find such printable blood pressure charts to download from the internet.
Usually these charts are pre-filled with date, time, normal systolic and diastolic variables, which will allow you to simple check in which of the four categories you fall in.
Remember your blood pressure readings differ in the evenings, and during the winter months. Also you may get a measurement of lower value in the mornings during the summer months.
It is recommended that you do your measuring for at least three consecutive days and write down these reading on your printed blood pressure chart. This way it will be easier for you to observe any minor or major changes in your blood pressure levels.