Hello Heart is a mobile app that empowers people to take control of their health. It enables you to easily aggregate and manage all your medical data (from clinics, hospitals and medical devices) and understand your health with a personalized … Read More
In V1.5 of Hello Heart, we launched a new personalized blood pressure report that does just that. It analyzes your blood pressure readings over time and show trends in a friendly and easy to understand view.
Hello Heart app that helps people manage their blood pressure reveals secret usage numbers When you imagine an early adopter, what type of user comes to mind? Most of us imagine a Millennial (18-34 years old), probably a college kid … Read More
Anyone with with hypertension (aka high blood pressure) asks themselves a series of questions about the conditions and what they can do. Here are the 7 most common.
According to the CDC, over 30% of Americans have Hypertension. If you fall into this group, then your doctor may very well be overmedicating you. The results can be fatigue, muscle weakness and injury-causing falls. People being treated with antihypertensive … Read More
Whether you have been diagnosed with hypertension, pre-hypertension, or simply have risk factors for high blood pressure, home blood pressure monitoring gives you (and your doctor) a more complete picture of your heart health. The good news is that small … Read More
If you are like me, there is never enough time in a day to get all of your work done. My job is stressful and I am stuck sitting in front of a computer screen for hours on end, which as we know is not too good for your heart health, regardless of age. Here’s a simple hack to help.
My friend knows I am conscious about my health and what I eat. So she made this amazing dark chocolate mousse dessert that is cholesterol friendly and heart friendly. Imagine decadence that is good for you! It uses avocados instead of butter, … Read More
Occasional blood pressure checks at the doctor’s office is often not enough. Track your blood pressure at home to make an earlier diagnosis, identify pre-hypertension, give you feedback and help reinforce any efforts you are making.
If you have a medical condition and are planning to take a trip, here are a few tips on how make sure you don’t get into trouble. The most important thing is to have a record of your medications/dosage, your … Read More