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5 Things Your Doctors Won't Tell You About High Blood Pressure

5 Things Your Doctors Won't Tell You About High Blood Pressure

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Most medical professionals treat high blood pressure one way: with drugs. There are many different aspects to this disease that even doctors don't know. Read about some of these important subjects in this special, new, and heavily researched report.
Most medical professionals treat high blood pressure one way: with drugs. There are many different aspects to this disease that even doctors don't know. Read about some of these important subjects in this special, new, and heavily researched report.

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A Patient’s guide to strange, but true, information about thisdevastating disease that 1/3 of Americans have but mostdon’t even know it!
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Copyright and Disclaimer/Legal Notices:
Any medical information in this publication is not intended as asubstitute for informed medical advice and you should nottake any action before consulting with a health careprofessional.
David J Webb is not a medical professional but has been a hypertension sufferer for many years. He believesin controlling blood pressure with as many natural cures as possible, while limiting the use of medication asmuch as is healthful.He also strongly suggests partnering with a medical professional to supervise all treatments for thisdangerous disease.© 2009-2010 David J. Webb ALL RIGHTS RESERVED WORLDWIDE. You may not modify this document inany way, under any circumstances.This report is supplied for information purposes only and, as knowledgeable in this subject matter as theauthor is, the material herein does not constitute professional advice, medical or otherwise. The informationpresented herein represents the view of the author as of the date of publication. Because of the rate withwhich conditions change, the author reserves the right to alter and update their opinion based on the newconditions or research. This report is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information with regard tothe subject matter covered. It is provided with the understanding that the publisher and the author are notengaged in rendering legal, accounting, medical or other professional advice. If medical advice or other professional assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought. The reader isadvised to consult with an appropriately qualified professional before making any health decisions. Theauthor and publisher do not accept any responsibility for any liabilities resulting from the medical or personalcare decisions made by readers of this report.
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Introduction: The unknown danger of the “silent killer”
High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart attack, stroke, and renal failure, but oneout of four people don't even know they have it.If you're over 60, there's a good chance that you have hypertension. (High blood pressurea.k.a. hypertension) affects at least 65 million Americans, rarely presents any symptoms,and, if left untreated, can have fatal consequences, according to UCLA's Healthy Years.Results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), conductedby the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and published in a recent issue of theAmerican Heart Association's (AHA) journal Hypertension, revealed that in 2003–2004,only
37 percent of people with hypertension
were successfully keeping their bloodpressure under control.
Call to Action – Please Share This Report
People you care about may be suffering from high blood pressure and not even know it.Others you love may not really have this condition under control, either using naturalmethods or with medication. Please feel free to forward this report to anyone you know.Maybe we can both have a positive impact on their lives.Now, please read on to discover the
“5 Things Your Doctor Won’t Tell You about HighBlood Pressure…and Why You Should Know Them.”
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