Which Complementary Therapies Can Lower Your Blood Pressure?

Research shows these techniques wont hurt and just might help reduce your dependence on blood-pressure medications.

More than one-fourth of the population suffers from hypertension (high blood pressure), a condition implicated in half of all strokes and heart attacks. The condition is treatable, however. Many people are able to achieve the optimal blood pressure goal of approximately 115/75 mm Hg with anti-hypertension medications and certain lifestyle changes, particularly regular aerobic exercise, a low-salt diet and weight loss.
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