Who wants to die early? I doubt anyone is raising their hand. However the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently announced that 900,000 people die early each year in America. Of these 20 to 40% could have been prevented. [i] Accidents happen and we all should know by now to fasten our seat belts and wear helmets when riding a bicycle. What we don’t think about is the silent killer, high blood pressure. It can be prevented yet many people do not realize they have this disease until they have a heart attack or stroke. Even worse they fail to treat their high blood pressure because it doesn’t cause any problems.
I can understand why people don’t want to take a drug that causes a bad side effect. I don’t understand why they don’t talk to their doctor about changing medicines. There are plenty of drugs available to treat high blood pressure. Each of them has a different side effect. It can be a several month long trial and error period to figure out the correct drug and dose to get blood pressure in control. However, it is worth the frustration to prevent an early death.
Your life is on the line. You have high blood pressure and you hate taking pills. Consider talking to your doctor about the Resperate. It has been clinically proven to lower blood pressure about 10mm. When it first came out, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would only let be obtained with a prescription from a medical doctor. It was treated like a drug. Several years later the FDA realized it was safe and allowed it to be sold directly to consumers without a prescription. The Resperate is similar to the many allergy and pain drugs you can buy at a store. At one time they too were only available by prescription.
I believe “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. Because of this, I Resperate regularly during the week to make sure my blood pressure stays normal. What are you doing daily to prevent an early death?
RESPeRATE is the only non-drug therapy cleared by the FDA for the treatment of high blood pressure and the reduction of stress. It is the first medical device that has been clinically proven to lower blood pressure.