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What is May Measure Month?

May Measure Month is all about blood pressure. Raised blood pressure is the number one cause of preventable death worldwide.

In England alone, the condition is undetected and untreated in over 4 million people.

May Measure Month are improving awareness by helping people to get their blood pressure checked every May, all across the world.

This May at New Leaf Health, we are teaming up with the May Measure Month Campaign to bring blood pressure testing to your workplace, helping to make your workplace happier, healthier and more productive.

A man tests his blood pressure for May Measure Month

The Risks of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure puts strain on your blood vessels and some organs. According to the NHS, over a long period of time this can lead to:

  • heart disease
  • heart attacks
  • strokes
  • heart failure
  • peripheral arterial disease
  • aortic aneurysms
  • kidney disease
  • vascular dementia

The only way to know your blood pressure is to get it checked. Click below to find out how.

How May Measure Month Testing Works

Blood pressure testing from New Leaf Health couldn’t be easier. Make May Measure Month a breeze with our facilitated service, which includes:

  • Facilitated blood pressure testing for staff on medically validated devices.
  • A lifestyle review session around the benefits of a healthy heart.
  • Information to take away to help attendees improve or maintain their blood pressure score.

Click below to get in touch and find out how our facilitated service works.

A New Leaf Health practitioner guides a man through his May Measure Month 2023 blood pressure testing

Get Involved in May Measure Month 2023

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