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Know Your Numbers! Week 2021
6 – 12 September
#KnowYourNumbers – Social media copy ideas
Some of the longer messages can also be used on Facebook
We are supporting @BloodPress_UK #KnowYourNumbers Week 2021 this September.
6-12 Sept 2021 is @BloodPress_UK Know Your Numbers! Week. If you do one thing this week, make sure it’s to check your blood pressure at home. Make it a part of your daily life too, not just for Know Your Numbers! It could save your life.
Don’t forget to check your blood pressure. 6-12 Sept we’re inviting you to join #KnowYourNumbers Wk to get it checked. It’s one less thing to worry about when it comes to your health and will ensure you keep your pipes in good working order.
#KnowYourNumbers Wk 2021 is almost upon us. This year’s campaign is focusing on the ‘forgotten pandemic of high blood pressure’ and encouraging everybody to embrace home monitoring. Home bp monitoring gives you one less thing to worry about & puts you in control. Learn more www.bloodpressureuk.org
Do you #KnowYourNumbers? Don’t forget your blood pressure and leave your health to chance. Keep your pipes in good working order by checking your blood pressure at home with a home blood pressure monitor. Or at your GP/pharmacy if they are offering blood pressure checks. It’s one less thing to worry about! @BloodPress_UK
The first step to managing your blood pressure is to #KnowYourNumbers. Watch @BloodPress_UK video to see a step-by-step guide to how to measure your own blood pressure at home
We’re taking part in @BloodPress_UK #KnowYourNumbers next week. Do you know your numbers? Watch @BloodPress_UK video to see a step-by-step guide to how to measure your own blood pressure at home. Learn more at www.bloodpressureuk.org
#KnowYourNumbers! Week is coming & we want to help @BloodPress_UK make this the year of home blood pressure monitoring. Do you monitor your #BloodPressure at home? Do you want to start? Not sure how to get a monitor, or the correct way to measure at home? Visit www.bloodpressureuk.org to find all the online resources you need.
High blood pressure is one of the most PREVENTABLE and TREATABLE conditions, which is why #KnowingYourNumbers is the most important first step you can take for your health. Use @BloodPress_UK checking your blood pressure at home guide for tips on how to accurately take yours.
Checking your blood pressure at home but not sure of the correct way? Use @BloodPress_UK easy tips for accurately measuring your blood pressure at home #KnowYourNumbers
Do you know what your blood pressure readings mean? Check out @BloodPress_UK guidelines for home blood pressure testing. Follow the home monitoring flow chart to see what action needs to be taken. #KnowYourNumbers
@BloodPress_UK have created these simple guidelines for #homebloodpressure testing. It’s now easier than ever for you to check your blood pressure at home. Follow the home monitoring flow chart to see what action needs to be taken based on your readings. #KnowYourNumbers
Keeping a record of your blood pressure numbers will help you and your GP to see how your blood pressure is responding to treatments and lifestyle changes. Use @BloodPress_UK handy e-record card to record your numbers. #KnowYourNumbers
Try to keep a diary of your blood pressure readings. Write down your numbers exactly as they are on your machine using @BloodPress_UK e-record card. See where your numbers fit on the chart & follow their guidelines for home BP testing to see what action needs to be taken.
#KnowYourNumbers to reduce your risk of a stroke or heart attack. Check your blood pressure at home or at your GP/local pharmacy if they are offering checks.
High blood pressure is often referred to as a “silent killer” as it has no symptoms. The only way to know you have it is to get it checked #KnowYourNumbers
Blood pressure levels for most healthy adults should be less than 120/80 mm Hg. #KnowYourNumbers #YouAreInControl
6.5 million of us could have high blood pressure and don’t know it. Check your blood pressure at home or at your GP/local pharmacy if they are offering checks. #KnowYourNumbers @BloodPress_UK
6.5 million people still have undiagnosed hypertension. Are you one of them? Check your blood pressure at home with a home blood pressure monitor. Or at your GP/pharmacy if they are offering blood pressure checks. #YouAreInControl #KnowYourNumbers @BloodPress_UK
1 in 3 UK adults have high blood pressure yet 6.5 million of them don’t know as it has no symptoms. We want to find the missing millions. Check your blood pressure this #KnowYourNumbers Week to lower your risk of stroke and heart disease @BloodPress_UK
Having uncontrolled high blood pressure increases the risk of strokes, heart attacks and heart disease. #KnowYourNumbers to reduce your risk and take steps to lower it if it’s high. Learn more at www.bloodpressureuk.org
High blood pressure is the UK’s biggest silent killer, responsible for approx. 60% of all strokes. Time to take control. Learn more at www.bloodpressureuk.org
High blood pressure is the major risk factor for stroke and heart attack. There are often no symptoms…. so, get to #KnowYourNumbers
Did you know that making simple lifestyle changes, like eating less salt and increasing your intake of fruit and vegetables, can help to lower your blood pressure? #KnowYourNumbers @BloodPress_UK
Eating too much salt is the single biggest cause of high blood pressure. The more salt you eat, the higher your blood pressure will be. Cutting down on salt is one of the simplest ways to lower your blood pressure, and will start to make a difference very quickly, even within weeks. #KnowYourNumbers @BloodPress_UK
Your exercise levels and weight have a real effect on your blood pressure too. Being more active and taking regular exercise lowers blood pressure by keeping your heart and arteries in good condition #KnowYourNumbers @BloodPress_UK
We can all take simple steps to lower or control our blood pressure. For example, less salt, more fruit and vegetables, and regular exercise like a 10-minute walk #KnowYourNumbers @BloodPress_UK
Visit www.bloodpressureuk.org for real stories of those who’ve been affected by high blood pressure and how it’s impacted their lives #KnowYourNumbers #YouAreInControl