High Blood Pressure Remedies – Free Downloads
They say that you get what you pay for and that’s often the case when it comes to alternative high blood pressure remedies.
But occasionally a free report crops up that can be worth it’s weight in gold (speaking figuratively of course because these digital e-books don’t actually weigh anything ;-).
Here’s a short list of free downloads that will be of interest to people looking for high blood pressure remedies. I include download links so you can check out any one that may interest you. Simply click on the link and download it to a folder on your computer. You will then have to double click on the zip folder to extract it.
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First is the 12 medical breakthroughs from the Barton Health Group. A short report looking at some of the most recent and exciting discoveries in the alternative medical field. Definitely worth a look through. Click the link below:
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Second we have a report on stress reduction. The author argues that traditioal ‘Stress Reduction techniques’ don’t work because they only deal with the symptoms, not the underlying causes. He goes on to reveal 7 mistakes many of us make that increases our stress levels and how to avoid them. This is an interesting approach to reducing stress and should be of particular interest to sufferers of high blood pressure – considering that stress is often the primary cause of hypertension. Click the link below to download.
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Then there is the spectre of heart disease and heart attacks which people with high blood pressure have a greater risk of suffering. This is a nifty Power Point Presentation that could literally save your life if you feel a heart attack coming on and there’s no one around to help or get you to the hospital on time. It only takes a couple of minutes to go through and is well worth it. I learnt something new and you probably will too. Click the link to download.
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And then of course there’s my own e-book, Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally – The Complete 9 Step Guide
This isn’t actually free, although it’s certainly a better price than most e-books on the market (our launch price is just $27 – about £17). But you can get a free sample to start you on your way.
The free sample includes an informative introduction and the full first chapter (Step 1) so there’s plenty to be going on with. Just click on the link above to get your free sample.
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That’s all for now but I put more links up as I come across them so bookmark this page and check back in now and then.