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Breathe Away High Blood Pressure

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Breathe Away High Blood Pressure is based on evidence, provided by clinical studies, that adult with high blood pressure can lower their blood pressure by slowing their breathing rate and pattern. The evidence provided by these studies also demonstrate that when one engages in daily, 15 minute sessions of slowed and patterned breathing for three weeks, the decrease in blood pressure becomes sustained between sessions.

It guides the user through a 15 minute exercise of slowed and regularized breathing, by providing the user with auditory cues to breathe in and breathe out. The user can select from three types of cues: verbal cues, chimes, and ocean waves. The user can also select from several pleasant music loops to play in the background, or have only the breath cue playing if desired.

You can also choose from a number of relaxing scenes to contemplate at while doing your guided breathing exercise.

Distinguished Features:
• Beautifully designed user interface and background scenes
• Three types of cues: verbal cues, chimes, and ocean waves
• Scientifically proved timed session
• Built-in volume control
• Pleasant background music to choose from
• Support background playback
• Detailed usage instructions for best user experience

Use this app every day as part of your daily routine of maintaining a healthy blood pressure. It is a very good idea to record your blood pressure before and after each session. This will let you monitor your blood pressure, and monitor how this exercise affects your blood pressure. Recording your blood pressure before and after each session will also enable you to provide your health care team with valuable information to help make the best decisions in your health care.

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Warning:
This application is not a replacement for medical supervision and treatment. Uncontrolled hypertension (high blood pressure) can lead to permanent disability and even death. High blood pressure has often been referred to as the “silent killer”. This is because people with high blood pressure usually feel no symptoms. If you believe you may have high blood pressure, consult a licensed and medically qualified health care provider before using this application. If you are receiving medical supervision and treatment for high blood pressure, never make any changes to your medication regimen without consulting the health care provider who prescribed your medication.

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