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This is a two part CD with a hypnotic session and educational session on deep breathing techniques
In 2000, Hypertension was estimated to affect over 65million Americans 
Take a slow deep breath, and then exhale slowly. Can you take fewer than 10 breaths a minute? Research suggests breathing 10 breaths or less for a few minutes a day is enough to help some people nudge down high blood pressure.
It seems like an odd connection, but an experiment earlier this year determined that deep breathing can actually have a positive effect on high blood pressure. Thanks to the results of this recent study, it is now known that individuals with high blood pressure may experience some improvement in blood pressure levels just by breathing very slowly for a few minutes each day.
The experiment conducted by Dr. David Anderson at the National Institutes of Health showed that slow breathing consisting of fewer than ten breaths in one minute can actually lower a person’s blood pressure. This is certainly a useful bit of information for individuals who suffer from hypertension.
While some people might assume that the lowered blood pressure has something to do with the euphoric feeling created by breathing slowly, the truth is that it has more to do with how the body regulates blood pressure. Anderson believes that salt is harder to break down if an individual isn’t breathing enough. By breathing slowly, a person can make their body more efficient at breaking down salt. This theory might even explain why exercise has been proven to reduce high blood pressure. Shallow breathing is all too easy when you’re sitting and not moving enough.
Why would breathing slowly have anything to do with the breakdown of salt by the body? The kidneys are the main organs involved in eliminating salt from your body, and deep breathing helps your kidneys work properly. This can lead to a more efficient body, which can further lead to a reduction in high blood pressure.
If you find yourself in the pre-hypertensive range, you might want to try some deep breathing as recommended by Dr. Anderson. If your blood pressure is considered high, then you should arrange an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.
There is a machine that can help you to breathe 10 or less breaths a minute and the cost is $329.00. This CD will teach you how to breathe 7 breaths a minute and at the same time will give you good suggestions to lower the blood pressure.
The CD only cost $20.00. How can you lose?
 Fields LE, Burt VL, Cutler JA, et al. The burden of adult hypertension in the United States 1990-2000. A rising tide. Hypertension. 2004;44:398-404.