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Resperate or RESPeRATE - this device controls blood pressure however you spell it!


Resperate is natural and powerful and it puts you in control of your blood pressure.

Resperate is a new device and is revolutionising the nature of blood pressure treatment. Blood pressure sufferers throughout the world are catching on to the amazing potential of Resperate and their lives are changing because of it. Those with high blood pressure are able to reduce or stop their blood pressure medication and some with low blood pressure are able to get rid of low blood pressure symptoms.

Resperate uses biofeedback to control your blood pressure and the idea behind the Resperate device is not new.

Biofeedback has been used for decades to change internal body functions such as heart rate, bowel speed and adrenaline release. Yoga students and martial arts experts say they can control blood pressure by focus and medidation. Resperate brings that ability to us all. If you learn to use Resperate then you might not need drugs or blood pressure medications. At the least, you will be able to reduce the number of tablets you need to take each day.

So how does Resperate work?

Well, in very simple terms, the Resperate device teaches you to control your own blood pressure. If you devote about twenty minutes a day to practicing with the machine you'll quickly notice a big difference. And it really does work - not just in lowering blood pressure but in reducing overall stress and tension levels. High blood pressure isn't known as "Hyper - Tension" for nothing!

The makers say that Resperate takes around eight weeks to have its effect, but some research studies show that it acts more quickly than that. It works by bringing blood pressure control to a conscious level and, because of that, you can use Resperate to reduce high blood pressure or to treat low blood pressure.

If you have low blood pressure problems then Resperate can truly be a godsend because there are few other effective treatments available.

Research studies have shown that Resperate can reduce blood pressure by about twenty points on the scale. For most patients this is very significant and will benefit their health enormously. Reducing medication will also make most blood pressure patients feel better because many effective blood pressure tablets have problematic side effects.

Resperate retails for around three hundred dollars. As a one off cost it's not cheap but in the longer term it may save you many times that amount.

Resperate works. If you have high blood pressure or low blood pressure then you really ought to take a close look at what it has to offer.

Gordon Cameron MD is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He suffers from high blood pressure himself and has used Resperate to great effect. Follow these links to his website for more information about Resperate or about high blood pressure treatment.


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