App “Blood Pressure” for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

In this App, I present you modern knowledge of and my long-time experience in treating Blood Pressure, in a practical way.

Genuine and very entertaining stories from my patient’s lives are waiting for you in the App!

I help you shed light on the topic of Blood Pressure for yourself.

You will find out, when and how you can help yourself; when you need to visit a doctor and learn questions your should ask at the appointment. This way, your dialog with the doctor will become much more efficient.

In the App, I will tell you clearly and precisely:

1 – who can get problems with blood pressure most often

2 – how you can measure your blood pressure without getting false measurements

3 – how you can easily misinterpret blood pressure values

4 – how your body reflects blood pressure changes

5 – what you can easily miss if you have abnormal blood pressure

6 – how your body controls the blood pressure

7 – what are the mechanisms of influencing the blood pressure

8 – what are the risks of having abnormal blood pressure

9 – what your doctor must get to know in order to give you a high standard of care

10 – how you can optimise the treatment of blood pressure yourself

I created the App Contents personally for you without using medical terminology. The information is original, precise and stood the test of time.

Get the App on your mobile device and carry my recommendation always with you.

This works also in areas without internet connection (for instance: when you are on the plane, abroad, on the train, in a tunnel etc.)

Take advantage of my new concept “Dr. Bargak on your mobile device”!

Use the App on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

I look forward to your App Ratings and Comments in the Apple App Store.

Have fun!

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