Living in this information age, there is a lot of confusing info about hypertension, blood pressure medication and how to HBP with out modern pills. Let's face it; your family doctor is more likely to put you on BP meds than look for another route to reduce your HBP.
Yes there is big pharma pushing their next wonder drug that will decrease your cholesterol, lower HBP and reduce your waistline at the same time.
Listen, both you and I know that most HBP drugs have terrible side effects, constipation, dizziness and headaches just to name a few.
The only problem is that everyone and their brother claim to have the miracle blood pressure cure; however if you look hard enough you may find the real deal for solutions to reduce hypertension blood pressure naturally.
But this does not necessarily mean that you will get off your HBP meds medication. Do not get fooled by unrealistic false promises.
Any time you look for some kind of natural remedy or system to lower BP there should be criteria set out so you can make an informed decision to order, purchase or buy.
Here are some things you should look for when looking for a natural solution to rid yourself of hypertension:
1) Was the author ever on blood pressure medication
2) How old is the author? – is it easier to lower blood pressure when you twenty or fifty?
3) Are there any outrageous claims on the "sales /home" page
4) Do you need to make drastic changes to your lifestyle -(listen you and both know if you smoke and drink a lot you may be in for a rough ride…)
5) Do you have the opportunity to get a refund?
6) Does the solution combine eating, moving and breathing to lower blood pressure?
7) Do you need to supplement?( does it depends on you or the quality of the supplement?)
Both you and I know that the silent killer can be deadly if we don't anything about it. Lowering BP to get off blood pressure medication is possible for some people; however there are others out there looking to make a quick buck and will tell you that you absolutely can get off the BP meds.
Buyer beware; hope that they have a money back guarantee regardless if it is a book or a supplement you take.