National Women’s Blood Pressure Awareness Week 2022 is from October 16 – 22, in the United States. The only way to know whether you have high blood pressure, is to have it measured.
National Women’s Blood Pressure Awareness Week
What is National Women’s Blood Pressure Awareness Week (NWBPAW)?
Healthy Hearts. Healthy Community.
What is the theme of NWBPAW?
Why is high blood pressure often called the “silent killer”?
Is there an association between women and HBP?
Is there an association between menopause and HBP?
Before and After Menopause
Before and after menopause, what can help control and prevent HBP?
In Menopause and High Blood Pressure: What’s the Connection? Is There A Connection Between Menopause and High Blood Pressure? the (United States) Mayo Clinic encourage women:
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Eat heart-healthy foods, such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables
- Reduce the amount of processed foods and salt
- Exercise most days of the week
- Manage stress
- Limit or avoid alcohol
- If you smoke, stop.
If necessary, a health care provider may prescribe medications to help lower blood pressure”.
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