This book provides you with all the knowledge and strategies you can use to prevent, control, and lower high blood pressure - from adopting healthy lifestyle modifications and understanding dietary requirements, to using natural remedies!
By the end of this comprehensive guide, you will:
Understand the causes of high blood pressure and how it affects your body and health
Know how to measure your own blood pressure
Be aware of the risk factors associated with high blood pressure
Know how to control and reduce your blood pressure
Know how to incorporate lifestyle changes that can lower your blood pressure
Know how to treat high blood pressure once you have been diagnosed
Be able to develop a nutritious and balanced diet plan
Be able to develop an exercise program, lose weight and stay healthy
Know how to manage stress healthily, practice relaxation and other mind-body therapies
Know what substances and medications to avoid. Understand dietary electrolytes and how they can help stabilize your blood pressure
Know what natural remedies can be used to reduce blood pressure
Be able to reduce your blood pressure and improve your health and wellbeing for the long-term
And much more
All of this is presented with clear and easy-to-follow steps. Guidelines, exercise and eating plans are provided to make sure you are on track to lowering your blood pressure and improving your health for the long-term!
Get started now and finally take complete control of your health!
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unsuitable for an audio book
I listen to books during a gym session or long drives.This book is full of tables and numbers which is unsuitable listening.There is not that much information which is hugely practical and that you don't know anyway from general information on the subject.I was looking for a book with plenty of gems and immediately applicable information.
The author mentions stress is not proven in long term blood pressure increase-what non sense.Stress is probably one of the biggest causes of hypertension.