• Does bad medical news make your blood pressure rise?

    Does bad medical news make your blood pressure rise?

    It’s happened again. Last year, health officials lowered their recommendations for safe cholesterol levels, bringing millions of adults a lot closer to being at risk of heart disease and directing them to statin medications, the world’s most-prescribed prescription drug. This week, medical experts revised safety limits downward for high blood pressure, putting almost half of Americans at risk for hypertension. High blood pressure is second only to smoking for causing preventable heart disease and stroke deaths, experts say.

    While limiting salt intake and adding sleep hours are a few ways patients can help lower their blood pressure, vigorous exercise is also a well-recognized lifestyle modifier that can help as well. SuperSlow LA™ is expert at helping you gain strength, manage weight and lower blood pressure levels. Click here for the entire story.

    Yours in good health,
    Bruce Fisher

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