Blood Pressure Monitoring

Blood Pressure Monitoring & Checks

Worried about your Blood Pressure?

High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) may cause stroke, heart failure, kidney failure and heart disease.

We offer blood pressure monitoring and checks at Dalys Pharmacy, so why not call in today and speak to our friendly staff in our private consultation room. One of our trained pharmacists will give you feedback on the results within a few minutes, explaining in simple terms what they mean.

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Book an Appointment

If you would like to book an appointment to have your blood pressure checked, simply get in touch with us here at Dalys Pharmacy, and we will arrange a time that’s convenient for you.

Give us a call or send us an email at the details below …

Call Us

091 630 330

Email Us

info@dalyspharmacy.ie

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What is Blood Pressure?

As your heart pumps blood around your body, the force of this movement against the sides of the blood vessels is known as your Blood Pressure.

Blood pressure readings have two numbers, for example 140/90. The top number is your systolic blood pressure. This is the highest pressure when your heart beats and pushes the blood round your body. The bottom one is your diastolic blood pressure. This is the lowest pressure when your heart relaxes between beats.

A normal blood pressure level is more than 90/60 and less than 120/80. This is an ideal and healthy reading.

High or Low Blood Pressure

High blood pressure, or hypertension, puts extra strain on your arteries and your heart, and this may lead to heart attacks and strokes. High blood pressure can also damage the eyes and kidneys if left untreated.

In many cases hypertension is known as a ‘silent disease’, i.e. there may be no symptoms even though your body may be incurring irreparable damage due to high blood pressure. This is why it is important to have your blood pressure checked periodically, even if you feel fine.

Low blood pressure is not usually a cause for concern, but you may need to speak to the pharmacist for any further advice if you are found to have low blood pressure.

Blood pressure monitoring and managing your blood pressure is something we are happy to help you with.

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