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High Blood-Pressure Patients Can See Improvement Through Guided Breathing

Simple Technique is 82% Effective in Lowering High Blood Pressure Naturally.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 14, 2008 -- Green Line, LLC, a company that specializes in all-natural life improvement products, announced the release of its latest health series, Lower Blood Pressure Drug Free :Guided Breathing for Low Blood Pressure, this week.

According to The American Journal of Hypertension, a technique called guided breathing is 82% effective for reducing high blood pressure.

"The secret to high blood pressure control is literally right under our noses. Guided breathing has been shown in clinical studies to reduce high blood pressure by as much as 36 points," said Andy Krals, President of Green Line.

People with high blood pressure can see improvement by following a series of simple breathing exercises for 15 minutes a day, three to four days per week.

The three-disk series features a proprietary mix of nature sounds that prompts listeners to inhale and exhale at specially sequenced times. Listeners relax to the soothing sounds of oceanside campfire, jungle songbirds, eagle's flight, and many other soothing soundscapes. The listener simply breathes along to the natural breathing cues for a uniquely interactive blood pressure maintenance experience.

Users also report reduced stress, anxiety, and better sleep.

Lower Blood Pressure Drug Free: Guided Breathing for Low Blood Pressure is available through and for $29.95 hardcopy or $19.95 downloadable version.

Dana Krals
Green Line LLC
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