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Drug-Free BLOOD PRESSURE Control & Medical "Take-Away" Treatment are Potential Win-Win Solutions in Health Care
Date:10/31/2011

JERUSALEM, October 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

I: High Blood Pressure, aka Hypertension, is a life-threatening disease; treating it with drugs is risky, very expensive, and mostly ineffective. 

Fortunately, Hypertensive patients can be trained to become Normotensive by natural methods that are both effective, inexpensive, and risk free.

II: Home-based Self Care Program can help reduce Chronic Heart/Cardiovascular Disease patients' frequent rehospitalizations, and can cut our Health Care costs dramatically.

High Blood Pressure entails much individual suffering to the victims and constitutes a heavy financial burden on healthcare systems.

Much effort has been invested - including experiments with numerous anti-hypertensive drugs - yet so far it has failed to solve this universal, multifaceted problem.

Meanwhile, alternative, natural treatment modalities are becoming increasingly popular, and there is growing evidence that they are both effective and free of any side effects, among several other advantages.

One such treatment is the method called brelax[TM], developed by Stress Management Psychologist Yehudit Feuer, Ph.D..

The brelax[TM] method includes several Home-based Programs for enhanced mind-body wellness, based on elements of classical Yoga and Stress Management techniques.

All the Brelax Programs consist mainly of moderate exercises coordinated with deep breathing and systematic relaxation, which makes them

a: aerobic by definition, since the body is receiving more oxygen than it expends, so that it finishes
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