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Publication Date: 17 Jun 2010
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 128
Author: Christine Craggs-Hinton
ISBN-13: 9781847090959, 9781847091864

How to Lower Your Blood Pressure

And Keep It Down
By Christine Craggs-Hinton
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Summary
High blood pressure is expected to rise by 24%, affecting one in three of the world's adult population by 2025, according to a study of more than 700,000 people at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in Los Angeles. As it is, it is already a fact of life for around half of people in the UK over 65, and for some 70% of those in their 70s. High blood pressure has a strong correlation with obesity and diabetes, levels of which are also soaring, and is strongly linked to lifestyle factors such as lack of exercise, fatty diets and high salt consumption. The good news is that even minor lifestyle modifications can be beneficial. This book looks at how to lower blood pressure without medication as far as possible, while acknowledging that drugs may have a vital part to play.
About the Author
Christine Craggs-Hinton is an established Sheldon author with several books to her credit. She lives in Tenerife.

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