Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally - RESPeRATE
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High blood pressure, also known as hypertension - puts you at increased risk for stroke, heart failure and other life-threatening disorders. Unfortunately, blood pressure medications alone often are not enough. Now you can do more! RESPeRATE offers you a new way to further lower your blood pressure.

Did you know that...
Nearly one in four adult Americans - more than 50 million people have hypertension?

More than 70% of hypertension patients in the U.S. (approximately 35 million Americans) do not have the disease under control?

Hypertension is the highest and most common risk factor for serious cardiovascular diseases?
Untreated, high blood pressure also places other systems (e.g., circulation) and organs (e.g., the kidneys) at greater risk of damage that could lead to dysfunction or failure. You may not even know you have high blood pressure, yet it puts you at increased risk for:
Heart Disease
(e.g., congestive heart failure, sudden cardiac death, cardiomyopathy)

Stroke

Hardened Arteries (Atherosclerosis)

Aneurysm
(a weakness in the artery wall in which it balloons out to more than 1.5 times its normal size and is in danger of rupturing), often resulting in sudden cardiac death

Kidney Failure

Retinopathy
(loss of vision)
Reducing Risk by Lowering High Blood Pressure


Reduce Risk by Lowering High Blood Pressure
This graph shows the reduced risk of disease five years after a sustained reduction of 14 points mmHg in systolic blood pressure. Risk of stroke was reduced by 37%, Congestive Heart Failure by 55% and heart attack by 27%.
The risk of developing one or more of these serious health conditions increases as blood pressure rises. Hypertension has often been called the "silent killer" because mild to moderate levels usually go unnoticed by patients until serious damage has already been done.

Left untreated, high blood pressure will continue to rise gradually even higher over the years, causing the heart to overwork itself to the point at which serious damage can occur.

Fortunately, hypertension is also the most modifiable risk factor for these diseases. Simply controlling high blood pressure leads to substantial reductions in the risk of cardiovascular disease (see Graph above).

If you're looking for a non-drug, no-side-effect treatment option that can be safely added to your current treatment, be sure to mention the RESPeRATE device to your doctor. For a handy summary of this information, including background for you and your doctor, print out this Patient Information Kit.


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