1.Put cuff on bare arm:Cuff over clothing adds 5-50 mm Hg
2.Use correct cuff size:Cuff too small adds 2-10 mm Hg
3.Support back/feet:Unsupported back and feet adds 6 mm Hg
4.Don't have a conversation:Talking or active listening adds 10 mm Hg
5.Keep legs uncrossed:Crossed legs adds 2-8 mm Hg
6.Support arm at heart level: Unsupported arm adds 10 mm Hg
7.Empty bladder first: Full bladder add 10 mm Hg
Your blood pressure (systolic and diastolic) and pulse rate. Which helps you detect if any hypertension and arrhythmia. By collecting these info you can commucitate with your doctors on how to deal with at anytime without going to the hospital.
Morning time or any time you feel relaxed and stress free.
All of the blood pressure monitors are relatively accurate. Because blood pressure readings are constantly changing (depending on what you’ve eaten, how long you’ve rested, time of day, etc.), the key to understanding your blood pressure is to take regular daily readings. Take the monitor to the doctors and compare the numbers.
As suggested by doctors and professional the cuff-style blood pressure monitors that go around your upper arm (like this one) are generally more accurate than wrist-style monitors (which are much easier to use). If you need to test frequently and strictly follow the instructions, blood pressure cuff wrist is quite suitable.