Withings Blood Pressure Monitor: Easy Home Measurements for the Family

The Withings Blood Pressure Monitor is a very easy to use device that captures data from each use and stores it on the Withings app. I was initially surprised by the size of the device. With the band measuring just under six inches wide, it felt larger than most BP monitors found in a doctor’s office. However, the mobility and accuracy of the device makes it an ideal home BP monitor.

I set the device to average three rounds of measurements with a 30 second break between takes, which averaged my blood pressure to 116/66. This measurement was also transferred to my Withings Health Companion app (bottom right) which keeps track of my weight, exercise and sleep. I highly recommend this device for monitoring blood pressure levels consistently over time.

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4 thoughts on “Withings Blood Pressure Monitor: Easy Home Measurements for the Family

  1. Cole Stanton says:

    I have tried Cozaar, Lisinopril & Diovan & had bad side effects from them & my blood pressure actually went higher.
    Please help, has this happened to anyone else ? I am taking Tenormin (Atenenol) now but my blood pressure is still high.
    . What are some of the blood pressure pills other diabetic take with little side effects ?

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