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Free measurement of your blood pressure and blood sugar

With increasing age, the blood pressure of many people continues to rise. For example, two out of three people over 70 years have high blood pressure. This increases the risk of dangerous secondary diseases such as strokes or heart attacks. The current European guidelines recommend that the blood pressure in elderly people should be set below 140/90 mmHg.

High blood pressure can go unnoticed for a long time because it is neither painful nor does it have any or barely recognizable symptoms – the same applies to diabetes. As we get older, the risk of diabetes increases, which can damage the body and shorten our lives.

Therefore you should check your blood pressure and your blood sugar level regularly from the age of 60 at the latest!

Our 5-minute measurement for free: without appointment and without waiting time. Checking your values with us has the advantage that you do not need an appointment and have no waiting times. Our employees are professionally trained so that they can determine your values in the shortest possible time. Should we notice any abnormalities, we will immediately give you professional advice.

How often should you have your values checked?
As a prevention, we recommend that you check your blood pressure monthly and your blood sugar quarterly. To get accurate blood glucose values, we would ask you to come sober to have your blood glucose measured.

Where and when can you have your values checked?
You can visit one of our nursing services at any time from Monday to Friday between 09.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. without an appointment. If you would like to make an appointment or have your values measured at another time, you will find the addresses and telephone numbers of our nursing services here:

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