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Do I have to be on drugs the rest of my life?

Did you ask this question when your doctor handed you the prescription he wrote at the end of your exam?

You know high blood pressure can lead to other dangerous health conditions and outcomes, but isn’t there a way to avoid being hogtied to medications for the rest of your life? Today’s doctors screen their patients’ blood pressure as standard operating procedure every time they come in for an exam, and a large percentage of the population over the age of fifty is taking a blood pressure medication prescribed by their physician.

Did you know that just going to the doctors office can cause a spike in your blood pressure? How many people do you think may be taking blood pressure meds due to this phenomenon?

Are pharmaceutical drugs the only answer to high blood pressure? Isn’t there anything people can do to maintain safe blood pressure levels besides trek down to the drug store every month and become first-name-basis buddies with some pharmacist? Is there a better, safer way to stay healthy?

These are questions more and more people are asking themselves, and until now science did not seem to have universally acceptable answers to that question. High blood pressure appeared to be just one of the negative aspects of aging, with drugs being the only answer.

HOWEVER…Over the years, a smallish group has grown, a small group of determined individuals who tend to “buck the system” when it comes to health care. They don’t like the fact that pharmaceutical companies run the country and have such influence in government regulation. The pharmaceutical companies don’t have the population’s best interests at heart- they just want to make a buck…or a billion of them.

So if you are tired of the “stock prescription answer” to any and all of your physical exam results, look no further. Just grab this report, educate yourself and regain control of your health.

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