Lower Blood Pressure | Ornish Reversal Program





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Published on Jul 25, 2012

The Ornish Program can lead to decreased blood pressure so you may be able to reduce or even discontinue your use of medications entirely. Learn how you can lower your blood pressure by making comprehensive lifestyle changes: http://undoitwithornish.com

Dean Ornish: "High blood pressure affects over 60 million Americans and you may be one of them. What happens when you go to your doctor and you're told that your blood pressure is too high, is they usually say: 'Here are pills you need to take to control your blood pressure. You might say: How long do I need to take them?' And they say, 'Usually, forever--for the rest of your life.' And the reason is because we're not addressing the underlying cause. It's a little like mopping up the floor while the sink is overflowing without turning off the faucet. How long do I have to keep mopping up the floor? And the answer is: Forever. But somebody might say: 'Well, why don't I just turn off the faucet?'

In most cases, the reason that blood pressure is too high relates to our lifestyle—what we eat, how we respond to stress, how much activity we have, and how much love and support we have. And what we find, and what others have found in their studies, is that when you go far enough on the spectrum in each of these different four elements, that your blood pressure in many cases will begin to diminish and under your doctor's supervision, you may be able to reduce or often even discontinue these medications."

Stop chest pain. Halt the progression of disease in your body. Start feeling better by changing your life.

For more information, call 1-877-888-3091 or visit http://undoitwithornish.com

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