Friday, September 30, 2011

High Blood Pressure The Easy Way Out

The uncontrolled surge in numbers of high blood pressure conditions amongst our populations has become a global concern as it registers one of the top causes of death worldwide irrespective of individual’s race and cultures. It has reached an alarming level that several countries whether in the industrialized or in third world tried to create special services and programs not only to cure but put a lot of efforts to disseminate informations on the immediate and long term preventions of this silent but serious health problem.

Several studies show that one major cause of high blood pressure is a result of individual’s lifestyle. Although it is a little bit controversial or there is no exact way how to exactly described how is a healthy living is but avoiding fast foods, eating lots of fruits and vegetables combined with regular exercise is the best way to start with. Try to maintain a balance diet and make a lot of effort to lose weight if you have to.

Due to this situation as always, somebody else's misfortune is another's opportunity, right? The need to control if not totally eliminate this high blood pressure problems resulted to multibillion dollar profits from pharmaceutical companies who manufactures the suppose to be the solution. But most of the time created more problems due to complications and sometimes resulted in death.

But despite all this, there is light at the end of the tunnel. There is one treatment researched and perfected by a scientist name Karl Loren that can finally put an end to high blood pressure problems. The good thing about this treatment is that it can be carried out without the usual invasive surgery that can only be carried out by license medical doctors and requires thousands of dollars in hospitalization fees and months of recovery.


The treatment is called Oral Chelation Theraphy and just by the name itself is a clear description of how it being administered. Maybe you have heard of the previously not so familiar chelation therapy, not because it is not an effective treatment but it was suppressed due to some technicality problem with the great power in American Society the Food and Drug Agency. Both treatments are very beneficial but the difference is the implementation wherein the former is administered through intravenous needle which takes several hours to complete while oral chelation is much easier to implement as it requires not more than taking the tablets orally and you’re done. The results can be very rewarding as the initial effect can be achieved immediately within the first month. There are two variations of this treatment, one with the only basic chelating properties and the other is added with vitamins to simultaneously nourish your body with the vitamins and minerals you need on a regular basis.

Finally, as the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is better a pound of cure. It is time for us to start a healthy living lifestyle to once and for all get rid of this silent but lethal high blood pressure problems.

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