Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring

Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring



The Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring (BPSM) program is a four-month evidence-based health intervention designed to help persons with high blood pressure better manage their blood pressure by developing the habit of routine self-monitoring and tracking their blood pressure. Participants work with trained Healthy Heart Ambassadors for the duration of the program and are encouraged to:

  • Measure and record their blood pressure on their own ("self-monitor") at least two times per month
  • Attend at least two personalized Office Hours consultations with a Healthy Heart Ambassador per month
  • Attend monthly Nutrition Education Seminars

The Y's Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring gives participants the knowledge and guidance to monitor their blood pressure and track changes.

The Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring program aims to:

  • Reduction in blood pressure
  • Better blood pressure management
  • Increased awareness of triggers that elevate blood pressure
  • Enhanced knowledge to develop healthier eating habits

The Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program includes:

  • Meetings with Healthy Heart Ambassadors for the duration of the four-month program.
  • Training on how to Self-measure your own blood pressure
  • Two personalized consultations per month
  • Monthly nutrition education seminars.
  • Options for participants who need a home blood pressure monitor.

Virtual visits are scheduled (via phone call or Zoom) with participants. Each visit is approximately 10 minutes. Two visits per month are program requirements.  



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Qualifications to Participate

Must be at least 18 years old
Must have been diagnosed with high blood pressure
Not have experienced a recent cardiac event
Not have atrial fibrillation or other arrhythmias

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How to Get Started

To enroll in Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring program simply register at the location of your choice.

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