Following the weeks and months after the horrifying earthquake disaster off Japan’s eastern coast that resulted in an even bigger land disaster with the tsunami, people’s blood pressure was probably the least of their worries.
Now, as things are slowly getting back to normal, Japanese researchers are revealing a groundbreaking discovery regarding high blood pressure, stroke and heart attacks.
This landmark study may completely change how we view what causes high blood pressure and how it should be treated (hint: it doesn’t take medications).
Health researchers in Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture have been studying the health of the residents in one of its hardest hit communities- Watari.
For this reason, the data related to health issues like blood pressure, stroke and heart attack actually has a baseline to which the post-tsunami readings can be compared.
What they found was shocking. For the general population (with a mean age of 68), people affected by the tsunami saw a 5% increase in their systolic readings in blood pressure. What’s worse, though, is the stress of the aftermath forced a 45% spike in the recorded number of strokes and heart attacks.
The silver lining for the casual reader who might be high blood pressure is that the increase in high blood pressure and stroke was caused by one event- the tsunami and its acute stress. That means that for people who are hesitating to explore how eliminating stress can eliminate high blood pressure, stroke and heart attack, the living proof is uncovered again with this new study.
For me, this is nothing new. For decades, I’ve been helping people heal various types of diseases by reducing stress in their lives. The most obvious and quickest disease I’ve witnessed the elimination of is high blood pressure. It has been associated with drop in stress hormones running around the body.
What makes the issue a little more complicated is that stress doesn’t only have to be emotional. It can also be physical (when you’re sick), mental (when working on a task in work) and sensory (when around a heavy traffic or watching war on TV). There is no way to eliminate all these stress factors from your life.
The most effective method I’ve found to lower high blood pressure and stress hormone levels is the simple 3-step blood pressure exercises I developed. Again and again I’ve witnessed people get their blood pressure under control in a week or less. Sometimes, even the very first day.
You can learn more about these simple blood pressure exercises and test-drive them online here…
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