Today, as a society, we are realizing more than ever, that we need to focus on more preventative home care. Omron has a WIDE line of products that can help us become pro-active in our daily lives and accomplish life style changes with proper guidance. We no longer have to guess about calories burned during the day, steps walked, or depend on blood pressure readings using a cuff that is not fitted for every arm like those used in drug stores.
Heart disease is still the LEADING cause of death, especially in people who have DIABETES. Utilizing a HOME blood pressure cuff can give you and your physician information about blood pressure trends, morning hypertension, or white coat syndrome. It can help the physician make CRITICAL decisions about current blood pressure medications, possible needed changes, either types or dosages. Omron carries a FULL line of blood pressure monitors devices that are easy to use and accurate. They have styles for the wrist as well as upper arm. They have large screens to easily read the numbers as well as memory ability. You can keep a log book or utilize the memory, depending on what you and the physician decide.
Another product line from Omron is their pedometers. They have simple versions that just track your steps as well as unique ones that include calories burned and total distance. This is an EXCELLENT way to stay informed about your daily activity. Remember, 10,000 steps a day is a GOAL for EVERYONE. Exercise has a POSITIVE impact on all medical conditions.
Omron also makes a FULL BODY SENSOR BODY COMPOSITION MONITOR AND SCALE which tracks five fitness indicators. Its capacity includes B.M.I. or body mass index, % body fat, skeletal muscle, visceral fat [the fat around the organs which increases your disease risk] and weight.
Omron makes nebulizers as well, which is a breathing delivery system for liquid medications. ALL Omron products are tested by MULTIPLE Protocols before being placed on the market to ASSURE accuracy in their design.
Why choose Omron?
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