56 Ways to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally Without Medication

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Doctors always talk about lowering your blood pressure.

But do you know why?

Take a look at the three headlines below to get an idea of the importance of lowering your BP.

But are doctor prescribed medications the only way to go?

The answer to that question is a definite NO.

There are many life style changes you can make that will have a huge impact on lowering your blood pressure naturally.

Read thru the 4 sections to discover what foods, supplements, juices and exercises can lower you BP naturally.

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Recent Headlines

Study suggests more aggressive high blood pressure treatment – Fox News
Fox News Study suggests more aggressive high blood pressure treatment Fox News“More intensive management of high blood pressure in people 50 years and older can save lives and reduce cardiovascular complications such as heart attacks,” Dr. Gary Gibbons, director of the NIH’s National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute said.

Aiming lower: Study backs more aggressive treatment of high blood pressure – The Herald Journal
The Herald Journal Aiming lower: Study backs more aggressive treatment of high blood pressure The Herald Journal WASHINGTON (AP) — Aiming lower saves more lives when it comes to controlling high blood pressure, says a major new study that could spur doctors to more aggressively treat patients over 50.

Lower blood pressure could save your life – WWL
WWL Lower blood pressure could save your life. You can lower your blood pressure by changing your lifestyle. Keep a normal weight, exercise, quit smoking, drink less alcohol and cut out the extra salt in your diet.

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2 thoughts on “56 Ways to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally Without Medication

  1. My problem is that, while I am on blood pressure, and cholestrol medicine, I am extremely uncomfortable taking it. I also have a bad back, neck, and injured knee. Excercising can’t work here. I try to do stretches to unkind everything, but, I am guilty of late night snacking, which I am working on by going to bed at an earlier time, and it does help my sugar levels. I don’t always eat a lot of salt, except in processed foods, because I have to make myself eat, and a lot of the time, it’s just me. I would like to figure out how to eat better, and feel better. I’m pre-diabetic, HBP, high cholestrol. I’m a classic case of what can go wrong with your health when you are retired and disabled. I really don’t want to be a public study, though….

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