Combat High Blood Pressure – Naturally

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Can high blood pressure be lowered using a simple, safe herbal remedy?

Dr. Ann Walker believes it can. As we explained in Tuesday’s message, she’s a Senior Lecturer with Reading University in the UK. She also runs a successful alternative health clinic.

And she’s published a study that shows hawthorn extract can lower blood pressure. Even in people with diabetes.

The extract comes from the hawthorn tree, found in Europe, North America, and Asia.

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Blood Pressure: How Low Is Too Low?

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Many of us worry about high blood pressure. And for good reason. It leads to heart disease and increases your risk of stroke and early death.

That’s why millions of Americans take hypertension medications. But a Harvard University analysis recently revealed a surprising new danger associated with these drugs. They might actually be too effective in reducing blood pressure.[1]

Optimal blood pressure is about 120/80.

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How to Get an Accurate Blood Pressure Reading at Home

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Do you know which health condition is the number one risk factor death and disability?

You might guess obesity, since so many people have it and it leads to so many different ailments. But you’d be wrong.

Or you might think it’s high cholesterol, since heart disease kills more Americans than any other illness. But you’d be wrong again.

Another good guess would be diabetes.

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Your Doctor Takes Your Blood Pressure All Wrong

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When was the last time your health care provider had you sit quietly for 12 minutes before taking your blood pressure?

Probably never.

And that means your readings may be falsely high.

Following the correct procedure when taking blood pressure readings is more important than ever. That’s because a few years ago new guidelines came out on when to treat hypertension.

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