High blood pressure (hypertension) can be resolved through lifestyle changes and by addressing emotional trauma and blockage!

Hypertension is influenced by what we eat, how we move (or don’t move), how we manage stress and whether we’ve addressed hidden (and not so hidden) emotional pain.

Our blood pressure can fluctuate greatly over the course of even a few minutes (especially at the doctor’s office where we may be anxious). Further, blood pressure guidelines are also in flux, with some of the old standards being relaxed for older individuals. The decision to medicate is, as always, between a patient and their doctor, but there are many alternatives to medication for those interested in exploring options.

We all know that our diets contribute to our well-being or dis-ease. But what is less clear is that our emotional well-being has a profound effect on our physical health. That’s why meditation, for example, has been definitively proven to lower blood pressure (the studies relate specifically to TM, but all meditation is beneficial). It is also important to excavate unconscious trauma, through therapy or other modalities, to ensure our health is not adversely affected, including our blood pressure.

Want to learn more about natural methods to control hypertension?  Call our office today to make an appointment with one of our nutrition educators to find out how you can lower your blood pressure without medication.

You can do it. We can help. Wellness is worth it.

Yours in health,