The US Food and Drug Administration is updating its guidelines for managing blood pressure using a new blood pressure calculator, which helps you find out how much pressure you need to have to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Read moreThe update, which is rolling out in early February, adds to a list of features that the agency says helps you stay at optimal blood pressure levels and can help manage risk factors like heart disease and diabetes.
It’s designed to help people avoid potentially harmful medications and procedures, and to help patients monitor their blood pressure to see if it’s getting too high.
The new tool, which costs $24.99, is aimed at people who are currently on blood pressure medication and aren’t sure how much of a difference their current blood pressure level is making.
It also helps you determine if you’re already over the “peak” blood pressure.
If you’re using a prescription medication, the calculator will tell you how much medication you should be taking.
If you’re not, it’ll tell you if you need any more.
If the calculator isn’t helping you, it might also help you get a better idea of what to do about it.
If it shows that you need more medication, you can check with your doctor or the pharmacist to see what to expect.
For now, the blood pressure tool can help you figure out how to manage a low blood pressure if you are using medication, but the FDA cautions that the calculator might not work for all people.
“People need to monitor their heart rate, blood pressure and their other blood pressure,” said Dr. Robert O’Donnell, a cardiologist and an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
“It is not designed to be used for any other purpose.”
The calculator will also tell you when your blood volume is starting to drop, or when your heart rate is getting too fast.
If your blood flow is low, the tool will suggest that you slow down your breathing and take a deep breath to keep your heart from pounding too hard.
If your blood is high, the Calculator will tell your doctor what to eat and drink to maintain your blood’s blood pressure until you can safely start to eat again.
If a diet that’s low in fat and calories, like a ketogenic diet, is too restrictive, the chart will recommend adding another meal or two, but only if you feel full.
The tool also tells you when you’re likely to get tired or have an irregular heartbeat.
If the tool indicates that you have an increased risk of stroke, heart attack or a heart attack that’s not related to blood pressure control, you should check with a doctor.
The calculator is not available in the US right now, but it will be available soon in other countries, according to the FDA.
You can find out more about the update at bloodpressure.fda.gov.