Former Hypertensive Patient Reveals Natural Ways How to Lower Blood Pressure and Related Risks

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LowerBloodPressureNow.org Aims to Educate People About High Blood Pressure Before They Become The Next Statistic

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Nearly 795,000 people in the U.S. will have a stroke this year - the cause being hypertension

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This year saw the demise of many well known celebrities, mostly due to stroke or heart failure. Elizabeth Taylor, who suffered from many diseases, died of congestive heart failure which in turn was due to her high blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is the major reason behind stroke, congestive heart attack, heart failure and kidney diseases. Nearly 795,000 people in the U.S. will have a stroke this year - the cause being hypertension of course. The sad part is that it often remains unsuspected until it strikes a fatal blow.

The only way to reduce this rate is to spread knowledge and awareness regarding how to lower blood pressure. A new health and wellness website LowerBloodPressureNow.org was created in order to educate people regarding hypertension and related issues. The major mission of the site is to help people in detecting and controlling their blood pressure without expensive medications.

According to Paul Wyatt, the founder of LowerBloodPressureNow.org,”What motivated me to make this site was my own experience with the disease. I believe there are safer, natural ways to reduce blood pressure, most of which doctors never tell us about. And that is why I created this site – to let you know that high blood pressure remedies can be painless, inexpensive and effective, without having to turn to harmful drugs and treatments.”

Paul Wyatt’s concern is true to a great extent as most doctors would suggest taking antihypertensive medications for the rest of their lives. These medicines do help in keeping blood pressure under control but have major adverse effects. According to research conducted in this aspect, it revealed that antihypertensive drugs increase a patient's risk of diabetes and lowers the level of C0Q10 which is vital for heart function. Moreover, studies have shown that these medications are one of the major contributors in prescription drug addiction.

On his website, Paul focuses on natural remedies, especially high blood pressure diet and exercise. According to Paul, ”Changing your lifestyle can greatly affect your life span. I want to let people know that following an exercise and diet plan is way easier than following a strict medication schedule.”

LowerBloodPressureNow.org not only focuses on food and exercise that can help keep blood pressure under control, but also the alternatives of food and ingredients that are harmful for hypertensive patients. On the website, Paul has also mentioned ways and approaches to reduce stress in order to prevent high blood pressure. “Being happy is the key to being healthy. Especially for hypertensive patients.” adds Paul.

For more information on high blood pressure and natural ways to control it, visit Paul’s website at http://www.LowerBloodPressureNow.org.

About Paul Wyatt
Paul Wyatt is the founder of LowerBloodPressureNow.org. His health and wellness website focuses on problems related to High blood pressure and its natural remedies. Paul had suffered from Hypertension in the past and has completely put it under control by using natural high blood pressure remedies. With his website, Paul aims to educate people regarding this disease, its early detection and alternative ways of lowering high blood pressure.

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