Free Blood Pressure Checks At Your Local Asda Pharmacy Plus Blood Pressure Monitor For £7.50 @ Asda
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Free Blood Pressure Checks At Your Local Asda Pharmacy Plus Blood Pressure Monitor For £7.50 @ Asda

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Found 12th Mar 2016
Get your blood pressure checked at your local Asda pharmacy and purchase a Salter blood pressure monitor for the not-for-profit price of £7.50. Every home should have one! Asda are supporting Public Health England’s new adult health campaign ‘One You’. High blood pressure is known as the silent killer. Keep a regular check with this monitor. Get it checked a your local Asda pharmacy first. It only takes a minute and could save your life. I found out my blood pressure was high a few years ago and i'm now on medication to control it. Also a few lifestyle changes could make a big difference like giving up smoking,cutting down on alcohol,regular exercise,cutting down on red meat,eating more fresh fruit and veg etc....
Don't put it off,book it today.
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Great deal as shopping in Asda always raises my blood pressure.
I've never paid for a blood pressure check,didn't know you was supposed to.
Free at your local doctors, mine has a machine so you just walk in stick your arm in, job done no appointment required.
hutchir9

Free at your local doctors, mine has a machine so you just walk in stick … Free at your local doctors, mine has a machine so you just walk in stick your arm in, job done no appointment required.


Ditto.
Most pharmacies offer a blood pressure check for free, heat added for the blood pressure monitor price!
Blood pressure checks are free in any pharmacy
Good B.P machine price. Note for people with very large arms (and very skinny arms) a different cuff is required to ensure an accurate reading.

Please get your blood pressure checked at least annually!

If you are know you get 'worked up'/tense/nervous when having your BP checked by the doctor (hence high at the doctors), it's good to have a machine at home and you can record readings there. Your doc may well suggest this. Make sure you use the cuff correctly though.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 12th Mar 2016
Just do it, then buy one of these cheap monitors it just might save your life, your mum, dad or gran, a few minutes with it could save you years as a carer, caring for someone in your life.

Edited by: "Graham35" 12th Mar 2016
Graham35

Just do it, then buy one of these cheap monitors it just might save your … Just do it, then buy one of these cheap monitors it just might save your life, your mum, dad or gran, a few minutes with it could save you years of caring for someone in your life.


What a strange comment!
spitthedog1964

What a strange comment!



​Blunt but not strange, and I do agree people don't realise that this is serious disease which continue to do damage silently for years unnoticed. Needs to be more awareness.
spitthedog1964

What a strange comment!


No, questioning it is the strange thing - it's absolutely true. Ignorance kills!
Firefly1

Good B.P machine price. Note for people with very large arms (and very … Good B.P machine price. Note for people with very large arms (and very skinny arms) a different cuff is required to ensure an accurate reading.Please get your blood pressure checked at least annually!If you are know you get 'worked up'/tense/nervous when having your BP checked by the doctor (hence high at the doctors), it's good to have a machine at home and you can record readings there. Your doc may well suggest this. Make sure you use the cuff correctly though.



Excellent advice. I self diagnosed at home and went to the Doc and something else was discovered which needed to be fully checked out. I have developed 'White Coat Syndrome' for some reason so check mine at home regularly. Peace of mind.
Just called in ASDA and got one. My BP was up a couple of weeks ago and this is exactly what I need to keep a check on it. Thanks for the heads up OP!
Thanks, OP.

For those who are wondering if they have to make an appointment to get the device at £7.50: I just picked one up from a display in front of the pharmacy counter and paid for it at the checkout with my other shopping.
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