You could have hypertension and not even realize it.
High blood pressure is widely known as a silent killer. There are no individual symptoms for this condition until serious side effects emerge in its advanced stages, such as kidney failure, headaches, impaired vision, or even a stroke.
But perhaps you’ve already been diagnosed with high blood pressure, or even a condition called prehypertension, in which your numbers are slightly above the “normal” systolic/diastolic ratio of 120/80, but still below the danger zone of 140/90 or above.
Now you’re probably wondering about the best ways to combat this cardiovascular condition, in order to avoid serious health risks it entails.
I’m glad you’re here, because in my clinical practice, I’ve helped many patients significantly lower their blood pressure through a powerful, free-of-charge, all-natural approach that follows the LifeStart program for complete wellness. I know it will help you, too.
Did You Know…
Many of the root causes
Today’s average lifestyle does make it difficult to maintain complete wellness. We can tell just by looking at the data: According to the latest from the CDC, over 67 million Americans, or about 1 in every 3 adults, are in a hypertensive state.
It’s so easy to indulge in convenience foods due to our busy schedules.
It’s easy to forego our exercise regimen because of stress, fatigue, or simple lack of time.
And it’s easy to grab a stimulating cup of a caffeinated beverage to get us going for the day.
All of these things contribute to high blood pressure, as well as several other health conditions.
But you might argue, “I’m just under a lot of stress right now.
While it’s true that short-term lifestyle instances can affect blood pressure, even during that time that your numbers are unfavorable, you’re still at increased risk for stroke or heart attack, especially if you have any other health complications. Even minor ones.
The point is, the root cause almost always resides in the complex web of your lifestyle. And it can often include factors we’re unaware of. That’s why, in some situations, it can be tough to treat without medication, because we don’t always know which risk factors are working together to raise the pressure on your blood vessel walls.
But if you equip yourself with awareness of your lifestyle or your habits, you don’t have to rely on medication to improve your condition. You can lower hypertension naturally. I’ll show you how.
LifeStart Covers All the Bases
I know that some of you might be thinking, “Well, this sounds too good to be true. Everyone in my family has high blood pressure, and no one yet has been able to control it without medication.”
While genetic factors can predispose you to hypertension, that doesn’t mean you have to be a slave to your genes. It’s true that blood pressure can be tough to control, but these nine natural principles of LifeStart’s approach are so powerful, that you should notify your physician before you embark on this path to wellness. It will surely affect the amount of medication you need if you’re already on a prescription.
Small, simple changes work together to create a big effect. Consider this: If you share a negative life experience with a caring confidant, you can lower your blood pressure and heart rate.
Or if you squeeze a lemon into your water, it maximizes the water’s therapeutic impact on your blood pressure.
And striving toward a healthy weight will significantly reduce your blood pressure and resting heart rate.
There are so many things you can do. I’m inviting you to join me at LifeStartSeminars.com for a free, highly-informative and empowering half-hour presentation that will start your on your journey to better circulatory health.
You can attend this seminar online in the comfort of your own home. For best results, however, I recommend you connect with a local support center and surround yourself with a community of supportive peers. Click here to get started, and to gain access to the accompanying resources and study guide.
I hope you’re excited about this opportunity to learn the simple things you can do to maintain a lifestyle that will lower blood pressure and cause you to be healthier in general. You’ll probably feel better than ever before!