Lower Your Blood Pressure
According the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in three US adults has high blood pressure. This means the force of blood pushing against their artery walls is too high, which can damage the arteries and greatly increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure and kidney failure.
Relaxation techniques have been clinically studied for years at universities and hospitals around the globe. Evidence is clear that teaching people to lower their stress levels and learning to relax can help to lower blood pressure.
That's because focused relaxation helps increase the formation of a compound called nitric oxide, which causes blood vessels to open up. This, in turn, lowers blood pressure.
This audiobook has been utilized by over 1,000 clients with great success. For best results, we suggest you listen twice a day for two to three weeks.