(PRWEB) June 23, 2005
My Health Software has released version 2.0 of My Blood Pressure, award winning Windows software that makes it easy for users to track and chart their blood pressure readings.
My Blood Pressure makes it simple for sufferers of high or low blood pressure to keep a record of their readings from their blood pressure monitors, and to provide their physicians with reports of their blood pressure readings.
"The My Blood Pressure software makes recording blood pressure readings less of a chore" said Steve Alan, hypertension sufferer and designer of the software. "I am more in control of my health, I have a better understanding of my blood pressure readings and what works to lower them. My doctors love the detailed information that I give them".
My Blood Pressure produces a report, showing a blood pressure reading chart with high readings highlighted, and summary statistics of the readings. The report provides their physicians with more detailed information, allowing the physicians to make more informed decisions.
My Blood Pressure helps people manage their blood pressure. High blood pressure or hypertension is a disease affecting more and more people. Sufferers must adjust diet, exercise and medication to manage the potentially fatal disease. My Blood Pressure software helps to make that process easier. Current users claim monitoring their blood pressure with the software has created an increased awareness of their blood pressure as well as general health issues.
My Blood Pressure 2.0 is designed to work on all modern Windows 98/2000 and XP computers. An electronic-only version costs $19.95(US), and the CD version costs $29.95. Visit http://www.my-blood-pressure.com to download a 15 day evaluation version. For more information, contact My Health Software, P.O Box 1468, Rozelle 2039, Sydney, Australia.
Reviewer Tools are available on the web, including electronic versions of help files, screenshots and FAQs.
The direct link is http://www.my-blood-pressure.com/press.html
Evaluation copy available on request.
A monthly newsletter provided free with the software offers tips for using the software and keeps the user up to date with important and current blood pressure news.
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