1. Download Noom
If you haven’t done so already, download the Noom app from the App Store.
2. Unfold the cuff into a loop
When you take the monitor out of the box it will be folded in half. Open the monitor by unfolding the Velcro to create one big loop.
Note: Your blood pressure cuff must be charged for at least an hour out of the box.
3. Put the cuff on your arm
Make sure you put your hand through the loop with the blue arrow pointing toward your hand and the red arrow pointing toward your shoulder.
4. Tighten the cuff
Tighten the monitor by pulling on the strap until it’s tight. When you close it with the Velcro, make sure you can still fit two fingertips between the strap and your arm under the red arrow.
Note: The measurement can’t be done on a sleeve, so make sure the monitor is directly on your skin.
5. Sit down comfortably
Sit down with your feet flat on the floor without crossing your legs.
6. Put your arm on a table
Place your hand in front of you on a table with your palm facing the ceiling.
7. Track more progress
Open the app and tap the Track more progress card at the bottom of the home screen.
8. Take your blood pressure
Tap Take blood pressure.
9. If Bluetooth isn’t turned on:
a) Tap Open Settings
b) Tap Settings
10. Tap the toggle
a) Tap the Bluetooth toggle to turn on Bluetooth. If you’re seeing green, that means the toggle is turned to the On position.
b) Press the home button to exit Settings.
11. Return to the app
Tap the Noom icon to reenter the app.
12. Make sure the blue light on the cuff is blinking
a) If it’s not blinking, press and hold the orange button on your cuff for 3 seconds until the blue light starts blinking. Then, tap Next. Pair your cuff with Noom
b) Tap your device name (it will begin with BP5). It may take a moment to show up on the screen.
Note: If you still don’t see your BP5 device in the accessory list, make sure your cuff is turned on, as indicated by the blinking blue light.
13. Double check your cuff
a) Make sure that your cuff is properly positioned on your arm and tap Next. Follow the tips for getting an accurate reading.
b) Tap Start to begin measuring your blood pressure.
14. Your cuff should now inflate
If you’re having technical issues, please contact your coach or reach out to our Support Team using our Contact Support Form.