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Hypavera is by far the most effective natural product we have found in helping to maintain normal Healthy Blood Pressure. It is an all natural herbal product made by MedcoSouth, a company whose customer service is second to none. One of the key benefits is that it can help eliminate the sodium in your system without depleting essential potassium. Our reports indicate 96% of users are satisfied with the results. We have not found a better all natural product or company to assist in maintaining normal Healthy Blood Pressure. If you help maintaining normal healthy Blood Pressure you owe it to yourself to try Hypavera. The best part is if you are not completely satisfied you have a full year to return for a 100% refund, MedcoSouth will even refund the Shipping and Handling charge. We know of no other company that does that.

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Score: 99

Recommendation: Very Highly Recommended


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Rating: #2

Hypertension is sometimes known as the Silent Killer, because it often has no symptoms at all.

Sometimes people with high blood pressure experience headaches, dizziness or a ringing sound in their ears, but these symptoms may also be due to other causes.

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Hypertension, or High Blood Pressure, can be defined as the force that the blood exerts on the veins and arteries while it circulates around the body.

Blood pressure is controlled by a variety of organs and body systems, including the heart, the blood vessels, the kidneys, the brain and the adrenal glands, as well as the complex interaction between the body systems.

We measure blood pressure by using two different numbers - systolic pressure (the top number) over diastolic pressure (the bottom number). Systolic pressure measures blood pressure as the heart contracts and pushes blood through the arteries. Diastolic pressure is taken when the heart relaxes.

Normal blood pressure is around 120/80 or lower. It is important to note that blood pressure varies from person to person and can fluctuate from moment to moment. One or two high readings does not necessarily mean that you have hypertension or high blood pressure.

If your blood pressure has measured 140/90 or higher on at least two separate occasions, your doctor may recommend a 24 hour BP (blood pressure) monitor, which will show whether your BP remains chronically high. This will help to measure whether you have hypertension or high blood pressure.

High-Rite comes in capsule form and contains herbs which have been carefully selected to help balance and maintain healthy blood pressure and also to help address some of the contributory factors which may be causing it.

In addition to these properties, High-Rite also may help to reduce stress and help boost the body's ability to fight illness. Each herb is in therapeutic dosage for maximum effect.

Aqua-Rite comes in concentrated tincture form and is especially formulated as a companion remedy for High-Rite, especially in cases where water retention is associated with high blood pressure.

Acting as a natural diuretic,Aqua-Rite also helps to balance blood pressure, assist liver and gall bladder functioning and help improve circulation.

Diuretics cause the kidneys to remove more sodium and water from the body, which helps to relax the blood vessel walls, thereby helping maintain healthy blood pressure.

High-Rite and Aqua-Rite are backed by our 60 day money-back guarantee so you can experience relief, risk-free.

Score: 84

Recommendation: Recommended

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Aspirin: Aspirin is ineffective in preventing heart disease when the blood pressure is high. Studies did find that aspirin did help to prevent both heart attacks and strokes, but only in men who were at the lowest risk to begin with. The overall reduction of heart attacks as a result of taking aspirin was 20%, but this was greater in younger men (below 65) and there was no apparent benefit in men over 65. And in men with low systolic pressure (less than 130 mm Hg), there was a reduction of nearly 50%, while it was 25% when the pressure was between 130 and 145, and there was no effect if it was above 145. Aspirin also reduced strokes, but again this was only in men with systolic pressures below 145 mm Hg.

Tobacco: Avoid tobacco products and secondhand smoke. On top of other health threats, the nicotine in tobacco products can raise your blood pressure by 10 mm Hg or more. Although that increase may be only temporary, lasting 30 to 60 minutes after using tobacco, having repeated elevations through the course of the day means your blood pressure may remain constantly high. In addition, chemicals in tobacco can damage your arteries and cause fluid retention, both of which can raise your blood pressure. And like alcohol, tobacco products can interfere with the effectiveness of your blood pressure medications. Don't use any tobacco.

Goal: The goal in treating hypertension is to reduce the risk of serious complications, including heart disease and stroke. While the optimum blood pressure is 120/80 mm Hg, even partial reduction in blood pressure is beneficial. Prescription medications are often needed to treat hypertension, but lifestyle modifications, including diet, exercise, and relaxation, is necessary with or without medications. In fact, a National Institute of Health (NIH) statement issued in 1996 asserts that behavioral and relaxation therapies must be integrated into conventional medical treatment of high blood pressure. Examples of relaxation techniques include biofeedback, massage, meditation, and qi gong. Often, in the early stages of hypertension when blood pressure elevation is mild, the doctor will recommend lifestyle modifications alone for a period of 6 to 12 months. After this time, if blood pressure is still high, medication will likely be prescribed.

Salt: Add less salt at the table and in cooking. Reduce the amount a little each day until none is used. Try spices and herbs instead. Use fewer sauces, mixes, and "instant" products this includes flavored rice, pasta, and cereal, which usually have salt added. Limit smoked, cured, or processed beef, pork, or poultry. Buy fresh, plain, frozen, or canned, "with no salt added", vegetables. Use fresh poultry, fish, and lean meat, rather than canned or processed types. Use herbs, spices, and salt-free seasoning blends in cooking and at the table. Cook rice, pasta, and hot cereals without salt. Cut back on instant or flavored rice, pasta, and cereal mixes, which usually have added salt. Choose "convenience" foods that are lower in sodium. Cut back on frozen dinners, pizza, packaged mixes, canned soups or broths, and salad dressings -- these often have a lot of sodium. Rinse canned foods, such as tuna, to remove some sodium. When available, buy low- or reduced-sodium, or no-salt-added versions of foods. Choose ready-to-eat breakfast cereals that are lower in sodium.

Alcohol: Observational studies and clinical trials have documented a direct, dose-dependent relationship between alcohol intake and BP, particularly as the intake of alcohol increases above 2 drinks per day. Importantly, this relationship has been shown to be independent of potential confounders such as age, obesity, and salt intake. Although some studies have shown that the alcohol-hypertension relationship also extends into the light drinking range (2 drinks per day), this is the range in which alcohol may reduce coronary heart disease risk. A recent meta-analysis of 15 randomized controlled trials reported that decreased consumption of alcohol (median reduction in self-reported alcohol consumption, 76%; range, 16% to 100%) reduced systolic and diastolic BP by 3.3 and 2.0 mm Hg, respectively. BP reductions were similar in non-hypertensive and hypertensive individuals. Importantly, the relationship between reduction in mean percentage of alcohol and decline in BP was dose dependent. In aggregate, available evidence supports moderation of alcohol intake (among those who drink) as an effective approach to lower BP. Alcohol consumption should be limited to 2 alcoholic drinks per day in most men and 1 alcoholic drink per day in women and lighter-weight persons. Note that 1 drink is defined as 12 oz of regular beer, 5 oz of wine (12% alcohol), and 1.5 oz of 80-proof distilled spirits.

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