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Far too often, the phrase “clinically-proven” is used without any real clinical proof being provided. Here’s a very brief overview of the 30 years of medical research studies supporting the techniques used in the Breathtaking Nature Method. In addition, don’t miss our bookstore down below with some of the best books on the topic of natural blood pressure control.

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Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Hypertension by Respiratory Exercise in the Home Setting American Journal of Hypertension, 2004 April; 17(4):370-4

Breathing-Control Lowers Blood Pressure Journal of Human Hypertension, 2001 April; 15(4):263-9

Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Resistant Hypertensives by Device-Guided Slow Breathing Exercises American Journal of Hypertension, 2003 June; 16(6):484-7

Treating Hypertension with a Device that Slows and Regularizes Breathing: A randomized, double-blind controlled study, Journal of Human Hypertension, 2001 April; 15(4):271-8

Device-Guided Breathing Exercises Reduce Blood Pressure American Journal of Hypertension, 2001 January; 14(1):74-6

Graded Blood Pressure Reduction in Hypertensive Outpatients Associated with use of a Device to Assist with Slow Breathing, Journal of Clinical Hypertension, 2004 October; 6(10):553-9

Decreased Blood-Pressure in Pharmacologically Treated Hypertensive Patients Who Regularly Elicited The Relaxation Response, The Lancet, Volume 303, Issue 7852, 23 February 1974

Decreased Blood-Pressure in Borderline Hypertensive Subjects, Journal of Chronic Diseases, Volume 27, Issue 3, 23 March 1974

Daily Relaxation Response Break Effects on Blood Pressure, American Journal of Public Health, Volume 67, Issue 10, 1977

A Simple Psychophysiologic Technique Which Elicits the Hypometabolic Changes of the Relaxation Response, Psychosomatic Medicine, Volume 36, 1974

Q: If the drug industry really “just has our best interests at heart”, why don’t they let people know about this kind of research?

A: I think the answer is pretty simple – if everybody with high blood pressure knew about these clinical studies, drug company profit margins would take a very serious hit. The drug industry has one goal: PROFITS. Keeping people sick is big business. The information here would be disastrous to their bottom lines if everybody knew the truth.

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