Two Ways to Lower Blood Pressure Without Medications

Controlling your breathing or calming your thoughts may reduce your blood pressure enough to make a difference.


Elevated blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke. It’s also a modifiable risk factor, and lowering it reduces the risk of a cardiovascular event. But many people resist doing what it takes to bring blood pressure down.

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