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High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure, hypertension problems! you can get control back through hypnosis and hypnotherapy from Brian Cooper. He will help you get control back quickly, using the very latest approaches available today. You may not have heard of Heartmath but this new technology is making a big difference, especially when put together with the proven power of hypnosis, hypnotherapy and NLP.

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Yes, real help is available to reduce your hypertension (high blood pressure) and yes, by maintaining my easy and effortless approach, you will re-gain control and start feeling better again in no time. It’s Never Too Late to make effective improvements that will add years to your life, so contact me now – I promise you have nothing to lose and everything to gain…

Lower Blood Pressure and Improve Your Health & Wellbeing

According to the NHS, in 95% of cases, there is no single identifiable reason for a raise in blood pressure. However, all available evidence shows that your lifestyle plays a significant role in regulating your blood pressure. Risk factors for high blood pressure include:

  • Age
  • Excessive alcohol consumption.
  • Poor diet.
  • Lack of exercise.
  • Obesity.

The heart is a muscle that is designed to pump a constant supply of blood around the body. The heart pumps blood that is low in oxygen towards the lungs, where it will receive more oxygen. The heart also pumps oxygen-rich blood around the body so that oxygen can be used by the muscles and the cells in your body.

There are two measurements used to assess blood pressure:

  • Systolic pressure is the blood pressure that is exerted when the heart beats and forces blood around the body.
  • Diastolic pressure is the measure of blood pressure when the heart is resting between beats.

The Role Of Stress and Raised Blood Pressure:

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations, and a situation that one person finds stressful may not be stressful to someone else. Therefore, almost anything can cause stress and it has different triggers. Sometimes, just the thought of something, or several small things that build up, can trigger stress and push up your blood pressure

Some common causes of stress likely to raise your blood pressure include:

  • Money matters,
  • Job issues,
  • Relationships,
  • Bereavement,
  • Family problems,
  • Moving house.

However, sometimes there are no clear or obvious reasons for stress, and high blood pressure is very often sympton free – until some damage is done and you get some warning symptoms. Some people naturally feel more frustrated, anxious or depressed than others, which can lead to them feeling stressed more often.

If you are in ill health, or look after someone else who is ill or disabled, you are even more likely to be stressed and therefore more at risk of high blood pressure.

Lots of things get in the way of being at our best, healthy and well. If you currently find it difficult to motivate yourself to do something about your well-being, it is probobly just the way you are feeling presently and Brian will help you. If you haven’t already, have a look around this website but even more important, get in touch with Brian, he wants to help you.

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