The “For Your Doctor” brochure will provide valuable information for you to share with your healthcare provider. It includes a summary of the 10 clinical trials supporting the use of RESPeRATE and a brief clinical review written by three renowned hypertension specialists.

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What to tell your doctor about RESPeRATE

    • It’s FDA cleared for lowering blood pressure
    • It’s not a drug and can be safely used in conjunction with medications
    • It’s scientifically proven in 10 published studies to lower blood pressure
    • There are no side effects
    • There are over 100,000 people using RESPeRATE

What else should I know?

Indications for Use (Over the counter/OTC):
RESPeRATE is intended for use as a relaxation treatment for the reduction of stress by leading the user through interactively guided and monitored breathing exercises. The device is indicated for use only as an adjunctive treatment for high blood pressure together with other pharmacological and/or non-pharmacological interventions.

Contraindications:
None known.

Precautions:
Do not use this device without consulting your physician if you suffer or have suffered in the past from: Active ischemic heart disease/unstable angina, bradycardia, severe congestive heart failure, chronic atrial fibrillation, stroke resulting in permanent impairment, chronic renal failure, severe asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis and emphysema, major organ failure, sleep paralysis, have a pacemaker or if you are pregnant.

Common Sense Advice:
InterCure strongly recommends that you do not modify your hypertension treatments without the advice and consent of your physician.

Health Insurance Coverage:
RESPeRATE is approved for reimbursement by FSA and HSA plans. You can use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to cover the cost of purchasing RESPeRATE. Once you purchase RESPeRATE, print out a receipt and submit it to your FSA administrator for reimbursement.
RESPeRATE is not yet covered by Medicare or major health plans.