High Blood Pressure Control

Nearly half of all American adults have high blood pressure, yet only about 1 in 4 individuals has their condition under control. Because of the pandemic and persisting health inequities, there is an exacerbated high blood pressure impact on communities of color, particularly for Black, Hispanic/Latine, and Native American adults.

The “Get Down With Your Blood Pressure” campaign teaches adults that self-monitoring their blood pressure is as easy as 4 simple steps: get it, slip it, cuff it, check it.
Along with talking to your health care provider on a blood pressure management plan, taking these steps can decrease the incidence of stroke, heart attack, and heart failure.

Visit ManageYourBP.org or BujaTuPresion.org for tools and resources related to self-monitoring your blood pressure and speaking to your health care provider.

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