3 more reasons (besides heart attack—and stroke) to lower your blood pressure—and 10 ways you can do it—starting today!

According to the CDC, seven out of ten people having a first heart attack have high blood pressure. For a first stroke, the number jumps to 8 of 10!

Not only that, but high blood pressure can cost you your sight, it can sap your sex life, and it’s bad for your brain. It can contribute to optic neuropathy resulting in blindness. It is associated with ED and lower libido. And the American Heart Association (AHA) has identified high blood pressure as a potential risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.

And yet 1 in 3 American adults has high blood pressure. Another 1 in 3 have prehypertension. You don’t have to be one of them.

The AHA’s just-revised guidelines give urgency to the importance of lowering your blood pressure. Managing Your Blood Pressure will show you how to do that. This must-read report from University Health News is a “here’s how” guide to controlling your blood pressure more successfully and helping you enjoy more years of heart-healthy, active, fulfilling, and independent living.

What is high blood pressure? And what’s so bad about it?

Put simply, blood pressure is a measure of the force of blood pumping against the walls of your arteries. When that pressure is elevated over an extended period of time, arteries can narrow or weaken, your heart has to work harder, stroke risk increases, and your brain and other organs are deprived of the nourishing blood flow they require to function at their best.

High blood pressure usually has no warning signs. It is called the “silent killer.” But it is a killer you can stop in its tracks—when you know how.

And that’s what this new report will tell you.

In Managing Your Blood Pressure, University Health News experts share how the new, stricter blood pressure guidelines impact you. They blueprint strategies for addressing hypertension’s causes and triggers, and show you how to use today’s advances to your greatest advantage.

What are YOUR “numbers?” Are you sure?

You’ve heard of the “white-coat” effect that elevates blood pressure readings in a doctor’s office. But as many as one in four people have “masked hypertension” where blood pressure is actually lower in the doctor office!

To manage your blood pressure you need an accurate reading. How can you get it? The report tells you the best test procedure for a reliable baseline. You’ll learn how to choose a home monitor…three taboos before a test…and one important step that’s often overlooked.

Take aim and hit your target numbers!

The good news is that what’s gone up can come down. Managing Your Blood Pressure will show you the tools that men and women like yourself are using to successfully lower their blood pressure and enjoy greater protection from stroke, heart attack, and the other dangers posed by hypertension.

You will be introduced to specific, yet simple, lifestyle changes that will help you achieve a lasting reduction in your blood pressure numbers. You’ll learn about the one thing—above all others—to cut from your diet. You’ll discover a no-cost activity as effective as some hypertension drugs. And you’ll find a proven way to avoid age-related rises in blood pressure.

Daily investments that pay big dividends.

Managing Your Blood Pressure is filled with welcome instruction that is clear, concise, and uncomplicated. Controlling—and lowering—blood pressure comes down to making sensible everyday choices…choices that will benefit your heart and overall health as well.

You’ll read about a blood-pressure lowering diet that doesn’t require sacrifice or special menus. You’ll learn the role of certain vitamins, the surprising power of garlic, and the protective benefits of probiotics.

You’ll get guidance for the most helpful exercises. You’ll discover the best time of day to exercise for maximum pressure-lowering results…workouts that improve longevity…and one type of training you might want to avoid.

Tips and guidance that will make a night and day difference!

You don’t have to be stuck in traffic to know how daily stress affects your blood pressure. But poor nightly sleep can be just as harmful. In fact, people who take more than 14 minutes to fall asleep have three times the risk of hypertension.

The Report shares effective ways to lessen stress and improve sleep. You’ll find a stress-reducing technique proven to dramatically lower diastolic blood pressure. You’ll discover nine hints for promoting good sleep. And you’ll read about one simple change can improve sleep quality for almost anyone.

Did you know that where you live within your town can contribute to your hypertension…or which three common OTC pain relievers can spike your blood pressure…or which beverage containers are linked to higher systolic readings? Managing Your Blood Pressure will give you the facts—and the solutions!

More than 80 medications reviewed to help you find your prescription for success!

You and your doctor have a host of blood-pressure-lowering medications to select from. Which one—or which combination—is best for you?

You’ll find out. The Report includes a candid and objective patient’s guide designed to let you interact knowledgeably with your physician.

You’ll be briefed on the frontline choices in medications—and their side effects. You’ll read why not only your numbers, but also your age, ethnicity, and even gender, should go into the decision.

Managing Your Blood Pressure confides the one most important tip for maximizing a blood pressure drug’s benefits—and minimizing the risk. You’ll read what to consider before changing medications. And you’ll find uncomplicated ways to reduce your medication expense.

You can live with less!
You can achieve lower blood pressure!
Discover how!
Send for Managing Your Blood Pressure now.

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