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NHS Makes £200 Non-Drug Hypertension Treatment Device Available on Prescription
Date:1/31/2012

nt medications. The good news is that there are no known contraindications for, and have been no adverse reactions to the use of RESPeRATE.  

For patients who wish to self-pay, RESPeRATE is also available, at a cost of £200, direct from the manufacturer (http://www.resperate.co.uk) or through selected pharmacies.

About RESPeRATE®

  • RESPeRATE is a non-drug, portable, battery operated, medical device clinically-proven to lower blood pressure.
  • It consists of a small computerised control unit, a breathing sensor mounted on an adjustable strap for wrapping around the abdomen and a set of earphones.
  • RESPeRATE enables patients to harness the power of therapeutic breathing, to reduce neural sympathetic activity to dilate constricted blood vessels which in turn helps to lower blood pressure - all patients have to do is breathe along with RESPeRATE.
  • Its breathing sensor, placed on the upper abdomen, automatically analyses the patient's breathing pattern and in real-time creates a personalised melody composed of two distinct tones - one for inhalation, the other for exhalation - the 'guiding tones'.
  • The patient simply listens to the melody through the headphones, and the body's natural tendency to follow external rhythms enables the patient to quickly and easily synchronise his/her breathing to the guiding tones.
  • By gradually prolonging the exhalation tone to slow down breathing, RESPeRATE leads the patient to the therapeutic zone of less than 10 breaths per minute. Within a few minutes, the muscles surrounding the small blood vessels in the body relax, blood flows more freely, and blood pressure gradually starts to lower.
  • While breathing returns to normal after each session with RESPeRATE, the beneficial impact on blood pressure accumulates. Within three to four weeks, a significant, lasting reductio
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