Thursday, February 12, 2009

Tip #1 - What you need to know about high blood-pressure.

Before introducing non-drug ways to lower blood-pressure, let's cover the basic facts about blood-pressure. We'll also provide a few online resources should you want to read more.

What is blood-pressure?

  • Blood-pressure is the force of blood exerted on the inside walls of blood vessels.

  • Blood-pressure is expressed as a ratio (eg 120/80). The first, top number is the systolic pressure or the peak pressure when the heart pushes blood out into the arteries. The second, bottom number is the diastolic pressure or the lowest pressure when the heart rests.

  • Your blood-pressure normally varies during the day. It's generally lowest at night and increases in the morning to reach a peak in the afternoon. It increases during activity and decreases at rest.

What are the risks of high blood-pressure?

  • Normal blood-pressure is less than 120/80 points. Higher levels of blood-pressure (hypertension), a condition referred to as the "silent killer," can develop for years without any signs or symptoms.

  • Left untreated, the damage high blood-pressure causes to blood vessels and vital organs increases your risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, heart failure, dementia and blindness.

What are the benefits of lowering high blood-pressure

Luckily, high blood-pressure is manageable and lowering it can greatly reduce your risk of developing associated life-threatening conditions. For example, lowering blood-pressure by 14 systolic points for 5 years has been shown to provide:

  • 37% reduction in strokes

  • 55% reduction in congestive heart failure

  • 27% reduction in heart attacks

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

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Harness the natural power of breathing to lower blood pressure

High blood pressure is
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components of the RESPEeRATE device
  • When you use RESPeRATE, you put on headphones and attach a sensor
    around your chest.

  • RESPeRATE's breathing sensor automatically analyzes your individual
    breathing pattern and creates a personalized melody composed of two distinct
    inhale and exhale guiding tones.

  • Simply listen to the melody through the headphones, and your body's natural
    tendency to follow external rhythms will enable you to easily synchronize your
    breathing to the tones.

  • By gradually prolonging the exhalation tone to slow your
    breathing, RESPeRATE leads you to the therapeutic zone of less than 10
    breaths per minute. Within a few minutes, the muscles surrounding the small
    blood vessels in your body relax, blood flows more freely, and your blood
    pressure is significantly reduced.
  • RESPeRATE's unique breathing exercise relaxes constricted blood vessels
    to reduce high blood pressure.
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