Heartery Blood Pressure Pal will tackle all essential areas in effective hypertension management: lifestyle, adherence, monitoring, and awareness.
Heartery Lifestyle Assistants offer assessments and guidance on sleep, nutrition, stress, and exercise.
Heartery Adherence makes it easy to take pills and to follow doctor’s recommendations
You may have guessed already why I do this app and these web based digital assistant to hypertension sufferers. Yes, I have had high blood pressure for a number of years already. Passed through a hypertensive crisis.
My awareness of hypertension passed through various stages as well, from ‘180/110 is no problem as no symptoms’ to measuring nine times a day to dedicated lifestyle changes to control my blood pressure. It has also placed hypertension in the center of my research interests.
Being the Digital Health Advisor in an established Danish think tank, I took a professional interest in health apps, especially in the new possibilities AI opens up. This is how the idea of Heartery was conceived, an app designed to be an effective tool in blood pressure management.
Since I was diagnosed with hypertension, I have worked in four different counties, with very different healthcare systems, met numerous cardiologists and general practitioners. And I have arrived to the conclusion, that it is not only about lifestyle changes and taking pills. Blood pressure awareness is the key to effective blood pressure management. The more we know about hypertension, the better it is for our blood pressure, be it too high or too low for now.
That is why I do Heartery.
Dr. Zoltan Lantos is the Department Head of Virtual Health Guide Methodology at Semmelweis University’s Faculty of Health Sciences in Budapest, Hungary. With over 20 years of hypertension research under his belt, he’s an authority in digital health solutions, including the European Health Data Space, and has initiated the national hypertension program in Hungary.
Dr. Dimitar Georgiev, a seasoned Bulgarian biotech entrepreneur, currently serves as Paralax Life Science CEO and is the Principal Co-founder of Biocampus Sofia. His experience spans over 30 years as a medical doctor.
Getting adequate and quality sleep plays a significant role in managing high blood pressure (hypertension). Poor sleep patterns, such as insufficient sleep or sleep disorders, can contribute to elevated blood pressure levels.
Stress and blood pressure are closely interconnected. Chronic stress can contribute to elevated and high blood pressure (hypertension) and increase the risk of cardiovascular problems.