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For some strange reason, people will vigorously deny having high blood pressure. "I'm nervous." "I fought traffic to get here!" "You wouldn't believe the stress I'm under!" or "Wait until I relax a little while and it'll come down." All are common reactions of those advised their pressures are high. Yet high blood pressure, even by relatively lax definitions, is destined to affect the majority of Americans. Succumb to popular food and exercise patterns, and high blood pressure is as inevitable as death and taxes. Even if you're non-hypertensive at age 55, the Framingham Heart Study predicts a 90% likelihood you'll be hypertensive during your lifetime. Added to the inevitability of high blood pressure, conventional blood pressure treatment does not fully erase the risk of cardiovascular events from hypertension (according to the Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatme...
The usual way that people with diabetes control hypertension -- high blood pressure in normal English -- is with medication. These drugs include everything from diuretics and beta blockers to ACE inhibitors and ARBs and more. Unfortunately, like all drugs, they all have their unwanted side effects. If we could control high blood pressure without drugs, we could do away with all those nasty side effects. Now, it seems that we can. Not that I was quick on the draw to recognize that fact. The Israeli company InterCure makes the RESPeRATE device that we can use at home to control high blood pressure. I've know about it for years and actually once blocked its ads on my website because one of my advisers didn't like the testimonials on InterCure's site. Now that we have taken a closer look at RESPeRATE we realize how wrong we were. Sorry about that.
When you use this little device, which looks to me like a blood glucose meter on steroids, you put on the headphones and attach the sensor around...
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