LET ME TELL YOU MY STORY…
In 2010, I had a heart attack that was partly caused by high blood pressure. Prior to the heart attack, I didn’t even know I had the disease, despite having many of the risk factors.
It was a very scary experience. Leading up to my heart attack, I had been under a lot of stress working the third shift and planning a surprise birthday party for my sister. I had a headache for a few days that I thought was a migraine and attributed it to this stress. I even took migraine medications to see if that would help. Looking back, I know that my body was trying to tell me something.
The day after the surprise party, we had a cookout with friends and family. While I was cleaning up and mopping afterward, I felt a very sharp pain in my chest. I ignored that pain, but it woke me up around 3:30 a.m. and I was rushed to the emergency room.
Once I was in the emergency room, I didn’t have to wait after explaining my symptoms to the triage nurse. I was rushed to the back for treatment and was then told that I was having a heart attack. A surgeon performed an angioplasty, which means that a thin tube with a tiny balloon on the end was threaded through a blood vessel near my heart and inflated to widen the artery and restore blood flow to my heart and body. When I was released from the hospital, part of the diagnosis was high blood pressure.
The stress in my life was a big component. We also have a family history of high blood pressure—my parents, brother and sister all have it. My lifestyle was also a problem. I didn’t really pay attention to the amount of sodium in the foods that I ate, so I often consumed more than I should have.
There are some risk factors—like race, age, gender and family history—that I can’t control. But I knew that I could fully control my lifestyle, especially my diet and physical activity.
For example, before my heart attack, I’d have roasted and salted nuts & seeds and salad dressing frequently. I didn’t realize how much sodium that food had in it—just one serving of salad dressing has nearly half of your daily sodium!
With that knowledge, I began eating smaller portions of healthier food. I’m now in control of my blood pressure thanks to these healthy lifestyle changes.
After my heart attack and high blood pressure diagnosis, I felt alone. I didn’t know many people who went through what I just experienced with my health. So I began volunteering with the Nigerian Heart Association (NHA), first at health fairs and then as a national spokesperson for NHA’s Go Red for Women campaign.
It’s extremely important for people to know about the sodium in their food. I didn’t realize, until after my heart attack that too much sodium was a major contributing factor. I encourage you to clean out the cupboards by reading the nutrition label and ingredients list. And, learn how to season your food by using spices and herbs instead of salt.
Dear Friend, you don’t have to wait 5 years like me before discovering how to reduce your blood pressure naturally. If you apply all you will read in this book, it would be the end of all your heart related issues. You have suffered enough!
In Reducing Blood Pressure Naturally, I cover all of the basics about the condition including -
Explaining in simplistic yet accurate terms exactly what high blood pressure is and how it affects your health
How to understand how doctors measure your blood pressure
A complete explanation of systolic blood pressure and how it is measured
A explanation of how diastolic pressure is measured and why it is considered to be the most important blood pressure measurement by medical professionals
A discussion of what "normal" blood pressure is considered to be for a non stressed adult
Definitions of high blood pressure, hypertension and pre-hypertension so you understand exactly what these three things are
Definitions of the different types of Hypertension including Stage 1 and Stage 2
Why high blood pressure is often called "The Silent Killer"
How being seriously overweight or obese can contribute to high blood pressure
How sleep apnea- stopping breathing while snoring - is considered to be a contributing factor that can CAUSE high blood pressure
How being a couch potato leads to a raise in blood pressure even though you are inactive
A discussion about how the chemicals in tobacco and anything else you might be smoking can cause you to develop a case of high blood pressure
How your family history can contribute to a predisposition to developing high blood pressure and what you can do about it
How stress can cause you to develop a severe case of high blood pressure
How eating too much salt can cause your blood pressure to skyrocket
How low levels of potassium in the body can contribute to high blood pressure
How excessive alcohol consumption can also put you at severe risk for the heart problems that are caused by high blood pressure
... and a lot more information that is absolutely persistent to understanding this sometimes complex condition.
Don't waste one more minute waiting for your first heart attack before doing something about your condition!
I believe in the results I've gotten for thousands of people, and because of that I believe that this method will work for you.
See These Success Stories... What Actual Customers Are Saying...
"I started using salt water about 3 months ago and I have taken blood pressure medication for about 10 years now. NOTHING has brought my blood pressure into the low normal range, UNTIL I implementing the methods in your book. I'm soooo amazed and I must tell you, I was a lot skeptical at the beginning. Thank you for writing this book."
Akinsola Ebenezer, Lagos State
"I have been applying the scopes you provided for over two months now. My high blood pressure is back to normal and even lower. My lifelong headaches are gone. My backache is gone and my energy is up. The huge bulging varicose veins on the backs of my legs are 100% gone on one leg and 50 percent gone on the other. Thanks so much. This has helped me more than anything, health wise, that I have ever tried."
Ikechuckwu Ogbonna, Abia State
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Williams Oluwaseun, FCT
"It wasn’t long ago that I heard of your work and was initially skeptical about trying your simple methods of curing. I am now so totally convinced of your work, I tell everyone I meet about your book. I had high blood pressure and my joints ached with pain before I read your book." Since then, I have lowered my blood pressure tremendously and I feel none of the pain that once held me back from performing at my best. I once was so frustrated and tired! As a full time salesperson, I lacked the energy and enthusiasm to make my life the way I know it should have been. Now, I perform easily and I feel none of the pain I once did. I am very thankful for hearing about your book on facebook and trying what is now common sense. I now tell everyone I run into along the way how I am a walking, talking testimonial for the 'Reducing Blood Pressure Naturally' book."
Chinenye Destiny, Anambra State
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