Take Control of Your Blood Pressure
Healthy Blood Pressure Is Within Your Reach
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly one-third of Americans suffers from high blood pressure (hypertension). Another 33 percent have pre-hypertension, where their blood pressure is higher than desired but not high enough to be classified as hypertension.
Hypertension carries a high cost to your health. It is a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke, which are in the first and fifth positions for leading causes of death in the U.S.
Only 54 percent of those with hypertension have their blood pressure under control. Unfortunately, the CDC estimates 1 in 5 people are not aware they have hypertension.
There are several ways to reduce your blood pressure without drugs, which I discuss during Take Control of Your Blood Pressure on Tuesday, April 7th at 12:00 pm CDT. Among them is balancing nutrient levels and enhancing gut health.
Meet Robert Bartosh, The Facilitator of Take Control of Your Blood Pressure
I am extremely motivated to make a positive impact in the world by helping people create FREEDOM. I believe that many people settle for mediocrity, when they deserve greatness, and it is my honor to help you realize your potential so that you can achieve everything you desire and above all, to enable you to enjoy "the best performance of your life!"
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Say Goodbye To Unwanted Side Effects
When your blood pressure is not controlled, it may lead to other health conditions, such as cognitive decline, heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. On a global scale, more than 1 billion people suffer from hypertension, and that number has nearly doubled in the past four decades. Almost 13 percent of all deaths worldwide are attributed to high blood pressure.
The rising numbers of people suffering from hypertension were not lost on the pharmaceutical industry. An increasing number of drugs have been developed in the past decade to control blood pressure, but they come with a laundry list of side effects and adverse health problems of their own.
Instead, consider a significant number of natural options that include eliminating certain lifestyle choices that can trigger hypertension and choosing alternative methods that reduce your blood pressure.
Join me to learn about effective natural alternatives for reducing and managing your blood pressure for a healthier outlook on life.
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