Secret method adds years to your life
Secret method adds years to your life

Ron Gutman reviews a raft of studies about smiling, and reveals some surprising results.

Did you know your smile can be a predictor of how long you’ll live –

– and that a simple smile has a measurable effect on your overall well-being?

Even better, yes there’s a clinically proven link between smiling and lower blood pressure.

Prepare to flex a few facial muscles as you learn more about this evolutionarily contagious behavior.

Discover the secrets to Biofeedback training for
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Dear Andy,
Thanks for being professional and prudent in your presentation.
My high blood pressure is attributed to 2 main reasons:
1- On going stress at work and due to divorce case that has been going for 25 years……
2- Being overweight by 20 kg.I have been practicing your breathing exercise and mindfulness of the breath to address the stress and anxiety I developed due to reason outlined in item 1.
I have found that your  breathing exercises are efficient to keep my blood pressure within the normal (80/120).
My goal is to get rid of medication (minimum of 4mg Atacand). For this purpose I believe I need to get rid of my access weight as well.
However , even with medication my blood pressure goes up sometimes to 100/180 if I am stress or in anxiety situation due to forthcoming divorce court case/work related issues.
Instead of increasing the dose, I am using more often the breathing exercise (up to 3 times of 10 minutes a day).  This keeps my blood pressure within the normal range of 80/120.
Best Regards,

I tried the breathing exercises everyday, doing approximately 25 minutes. I liked most of them and the experience was you could say hypnotic. That is, 25 minutes seemed like 5 or 10 minutes. I started monitoring my BP after approximately 26 days using your program and found the BP had in fact dropped significantly from high/borderline high to normal…  …lowering my BP was not one thing but involved a lifestyle change that so far appears to be working.  Thank you for creating the program.

R -Hyde Park, NY