If you suffer from high blood pressure and have been looking around the Internet for alternative cures there’s a very good chance you have come across Christian Goodman’s
“High Blood Pressure?
3 easy exercise drop blood pressure
below 120/80 in as little as a week
I downloaded and started using Christian Goodman 3 exercises on the 8th of April 2009.
The program is delivered in both audio and transcript formats – complimenting each other – although just performing the exercises while listening to the audio is best.
- This exercise is based on a kind of rhythmic walking for 10 minutes that can be performed indoors on the spot or during a stroll outside. (Of course just the exercise of walking is good for you and can help reduce your blood pressure over time.)
- This exercise is an ‘emotional release exercise’ that involves regulated breathing and experiencing emotional states (and release). Lasts about 20 minutes. This is someting like a mix between yoga, breathing exercises and meditation.
- This exercise is also about 20 minutes and focuses on breathing and muscle relaxation. This exercise is best performed just before you’re ready to go to sleep (because you won’t feel like getting up after it). In fact, it’s not easy to finish the exercise as chances are you’ll fall into a deep relaxing sleep first.
All exercises are easy and don’t take up too much time.
I did notice that my blood pressure began to fall after following these exercises for three weeks or so. But I should also mention that I was also following a more healthy lifestyle in regards to diet and exercise at the same time.
The bottom line is that Christian Goodman’s 3 exercises are designed to help relax the mind and body and lower the blood pressure in tandem. They certainly are effective in that regard.
These three exercises are aimed at lowering blood pressure through stress reduction and they are good at doing just that. However stress isn’t the only cause of high blood pressure in everyone. There are also factors such as diet, lack of exercise, and genetic makeup that can play a factor.
So my advice to you if you need to lower your blood pressure is try these exercises but don’t expect them to be a cure-all for everybody.
If stress is the central cause of your elevated blood pressure levels then these exercises, done regularly, may be all you need. For many of us however, we would also need to incorporate additional measures – like diet and exercise – to provide a sufficient and lasting cure without recourse to hypertension medications.
Link to Christian Goodman’s 3 exercises: www.highbloodpressure.ws
P.S. There are a couple of other effective blood pressure reduction programs available on-line that have helped me reduce my blood pressure back to healthy levels in three to four months. You can check them out at Online High Blood Pressure Remedies Review
Update Nov 2014: You can also check out this guide to healthy living for lower blood pressure that my partner and I have recently written:
Just click on the link for more information. You’ll also be able to get yourself a free sample