Using a health checklist helps you keep track of your health. This brochure can be used to record your blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood sugar levels, weight, and amount of recent physical activity. Then you will have them handy for your next doctor's appointment.
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Know Your Numbers
Using a health checklist helps you keep track of your health. When you go to the doctor and your blood is tested, write down the numbers below. Use it as a record for your next visit. Then, you and your doctor can know if your numbers have improved. Target numbers vary from patient to patient, so ask your health care provider what your targets should be.
Before you begin:
|Health Factors||My Readings|
|Blood pressure||mm Hg|
|Fasting plasma glucose||mg/dL|
|Physical activity (in 1 week)||Total minutes/week: