It doesn’t seem possible. Or likely. Heck, it doesn’t even seem REAL.
But there is a way to solve your high blood pressure problems in just 24 hours. And incredibly this life-changing plan involves NO pills… NO surgeries… and for most people, NO cost!
If you’re not already taking blood pressure meds, this plan could stop your doc from trying to push them on you.
And if you’re taking them now, this could help reduce the dose… or even eliminate them entirely.
And all of this happens, starting in just 24 hours!
Your HIGH blood pressure could be a lie
What happened the last time the doctor or nurse checked your blood pressure?
Odds are, it went something like this. You waited, nervously as they checked it, and it was high. So they rechecked it, just to be sure. And it was lower.
Maybe it was a little lower. Perhaps it was a LOT lower.
But it was probably lower.
That’s the thing about your blood pressure. No ever really explains it, but your BP isn’t a steady number. And, for many people, it’s ALWAYS extra high in the doctor’s office.
In fact, it is SO common they have a term for it… white coat syndrome.
So take your own readings, at home.
You might have a gadget for that already. If not, BP cuffs cost as little as $20-$30 for the basic models, a little more for versions that can send readings to an app on your phone or straight to your doctor’s office.
By this time tomorrow your BP woes could be over
But if your doc suspects high blood pressure don’t just take a reading or two at home.
Those are good, mind you. But the latest research reveals something even more accurate when it comes to diagnosing TRUE high blood pressure, and that’s readings taken over 24 hours.
That 24-hour picture… a complete snapshot of your blood pressure throughout the day and night… offers a much more accurate look at your risk of heart and artery problems, according to the study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
There is a small catch here, of course. A true 24-hour reading could involve a night in a clinic so you can be monitored for the full day and night, even when you sleep.
That would be a little much for most people. So first, try an in-between step.
Before you let your doc put you on new meds for high blood pressure, or raise the dose of the old ones, ask if he will let you do your own home readings.
Then don’t just take it once. Check your BP multiple times throughout the day, from when you wake up to just before bed.
The first 24 hours will often give you a strong clue of where your “true” normal is, but for best results try taking those readings over several days. And if they’re lower than what your doc sees in his office, your high blood pressure could be “CURED,” and you just might save yourself from BP drugs.