KYN 2020

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Know Your Numbers! Week 2020: 7-13 September

This year’s Know Your Numbers! Week is taking place 7-13 September.

Don't miss your chance to take part in the UK's biggest blood pressure testing and awareness week in 2020.

Register your interest to take part here 

High blood pressure can lead to heart attacks and strokes, as well as other illnesses. Once you Know Your Numbers! you can get support to bring your blood pressure under control and prevent these diseases. 

Around a third of people in the UK have high blood pressure, but most don’t know it. It doesn’t have any symptoms so, the only way to find out is to get a blood pressure check.  

Know your Numbers!® Week is the UK's biggest and most far reaching blood pressure testing event and awareness week. Each year, hundreds of "Pressure Stations" offer free blood pressure checks across the UK, enabling thousands of people to get a free blood pressure check. It encourages adults across the UK to know their blood pressure numbers and take the necessary action to reach and maintain a healthy blood pressure.

Know Your Numbers! Week 2020 is taking place 7-13 September. Depending on safety measures for coronavirus we may not be able to encourage public blood pressure testing this year, but we will still raise awareness of the importance of monitoring blood pressure and taking steps to lower it. If you would like to be involved, to host a pressure station or share the message, register your interest now. 

Register your interest to take part here 

Find out more about Know Your Numbers!, the nation's biggest blood pressure testing event. 




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