The Good Thing About High Blood Pressure – You Can Naturally Treat Hypertension

My life is about health, actually natural health! That is what I do and have done for almost 7 years straight but I have been an advocate of natural health since I was young. And my company’s natural health doctor, our researchers, and myself have studied high blood pressure (also called hypertension) for almost seven years and we’ve discovered one good thing about it- you can naturally treat hypertension with no medication.

However, millions of people spend billions of dollars seeing doctors, paying for visits, getting check-ups and buying expensive medication, but never realize that God created the miraculous human body to run near perfect and cure itself naturally. And the travesty is not only the financial aspect of the ‘silent killer’, but by lowering your high blood pressure with synthetic medication you could be hurting your body by not curing the cause.

The ‘Silent Killer’

If you don’t know already, high blood pressure got its nickname, the silent killer, because it does exactly that… it will kill you with NO WARNING. In fact, over 50,000 people died last year because of this disease. I recently read one article which called it a ‘widow maker’. And I couldn’t agree more; we all know someone who has lost a loved one because of this deadly disease.

But in the process of slowly killing you, it could cause well over one hundred health problems including obesity, stroke, cardiovascular disease, depression, Alzheimer’s disease, kidney stones, diabetes and numerous other diseases. But I can guarantee your doctor did not tell you that the miracle pill will not treat any of these diseases. In fact, the path of HBP medication will lead you back to the hospital for another visit, another disease to treat and anther pay check cashed by the medical industry. A little fishy, right?

If you do the math (and thousands are already sold), you could save literally multiple thousands of dollars and add decades to your life by naturally treating high blood pressure.

The Good Thing about High Blood Pressure

By now you know there is nothing good about high blood pressure. Whatever career; whatever race; whatever weight; whatever stage- you can treat it naturally.

One of the best things about health is it seems that I learn something new everyday. In fact, I spend part of my week researching the latest rave in natural health and it always amazes me to hear about the human body. In fact, my personal faith is seriously strengthened each week learning something new about our bodies. And you would be amazed at some of the e-mails I have received from customers who have dropped drastic points (even stages) in weeks from simple natural health tips that work. Funny their doctors forgot to mention these tips?

Here is word from our company’s personal health doctor, Dr. Scott Saunders.

“As a medical doctor with over ten years of research in the field of nutritional and alternative medicine, I’ve seen a great deal of misinformation. As I’ve read through the reports by Barton Publishing, I’ve been impressed by how well-researched and comprehensive these reports are. There is no hype or pushing a specific type of therapy, just well-researched alternative treatments and some anecdotes. People are different so there are a variety of ways to heal illnesses. These reports take this into account, giving you many options and providing the information you need to heal yourself and be independent of drugs and “experts.”

Naturally Treat Hypertension

Treating your high blood pressure naturally is different from the traditional method of popping a pill and PRESTO! Many of our customers will try all of the treatments and drop points in weeks or months. Yet, many of our customers might try one to two different treatments and will drop points. Whatever the case, we recommend the following treatments.

1. Your body! Your body must be treated as one of your most important assets. I like the famous health cliché ‘You pay for it now; or you pay for it later’. I would rather take care of your body now so you can live a long happy and healthy live. Our report gives you numerous tips about getting your body in tip-top shape (whatever your age or health condition).

2. Your diet! Quite possibly the most important factor. ‘You are what you eat’ does have some truth. Do you know what foods can literally drop points in days? Do you know what foods can literally add points in days? I get numerous e-mails from our customers who were packing points and never realized it.

3. What you drink! How many different types of liquids do you put in your mouth a day? Some are great and some are horrible. What are you sipping on during the day?

4. Minerals! Most people are depleted of essential minerals! And three specific ones are proven to help lower the risk of this deadly disease.

5. Vitamins! There are numerous vitamins but you only need a few to supplement to your diet. Discover what vitamins are a must if you have stage one, two or three.

6. Your lifestyle! How does sleep affect this disease? How can chocolate be your new best friend? Discover several, simple lifestyle changes which can make a huge difference with high blood pressure.

Begin Your Treatment Today

What are you waiting for? I guarantee that you will not be disappointed with allowing us to help you cure your high blood pressure naturally. In fact, I am so convinced you will not be disappointed with the results that we guarantee our treatments to be 100% satisfied. To begin where thousands already have, please visit our website today.

Drinking Tea – The Health Benefits

Herbal teas have been used for centuries to cure minor ailments. Whether or not you believe that they do have specific medicinal benefits, one thing the teas do have is a high vitamin content. Why not substitute your coffee or diet drink for a delicious fruity tea instead. Who knows, they may have those hidden health benefits after all.

1. Anise Tea is antioxidant rich and is said to relieve stomach ache and flatulence.

2. Apple Tea is also antioxidant rich.

3. Anise Fennel & Caraway Tea is said to have many benefits. It is said to relieve stomach ache, relieve flatulence, help relieve griping pain and indigestion. It is also used to encourage milk supply when breastfeeding and as a remedy for colic and digestive disorders.

4. Aniseed, fennel & licorice tea is said to help ease the discomfort of rheumatism. It is said to aid digestion, help relieve griping pain and also indigestion. The tea is said to provide relief from stomach ulcers, improve digestion, and can help with headache reduction.

5. Apple & Cinnamon tea has a high level of antioxidants. It is often used to help with the symptoms of colds. It is also used to ease flatulence, the feeling of nausea, diarrhoea, and painful menstrual periods.

6. Apple & Ginger tea is a powerful antioxidant. It is used to treat upset stomachs, travel sickness, general low-grade fevers. It is also used as a digestive aid. It may help reduce dizziness and limit flatulence.

7. Artichoke Tea has a very high antioxidant level. The tea is also used to aid digestion. It has also been used to strengthen the liver and the gall bladder function.

8. Bai Mu Dan tea has a fuller flavour and has more potency than normal white tea.

9. Blueberry & Acai tea has numerous health benefits as a result of its high levels of antioxidants.

10. Breathe Deep tea helps clear the airways and relaxes the body.

11. Camomile tea’s health benefits may include the reduction of anxiety and insomnia.

12. Camomile & Spearmint tea is said to reduce anxiety and insomnia. It is also used to ease a stomach ache and reduce nausea. It has also been used to treat heartburn and mild indigestion.

13. Caraway Tea is a great remedy for colic, it can counteract a loss of appetite and can calm digestive disorders.

14. Cat’s Claw Tea is used as an anti-inflammatory and is said to provide immune support.

15. Chamomile, fennel & marshmallow tea is drank in order to relieve digestive problems. It is also said to alleviate tension, help relieve griping and indigestion pain and encourages milk supply when breastfeeding.

16. Cho-Yung Tea is drank in order to promote weight loss.

17. Chun Mee China Green tea has high levels of antioxidants. Some of its health benefits may include weight loss and improved cholesterol levels.

18. Cinnamon tea is said to give relief from colds, flatulence, nausea, diarrhoea, and painful menstrual periods.

19. Cinnamon, cardamom & ginger tea may relieve indigestion, prevent stomach pain, colds, flatulence, nausea, diarrhoea, and painful menstrual periods.

20. Classic Earl Grey is a tea that contains oil of bergamot, or the flavour of bergamot.

21. Cycleplus Tea’s health benefits may include an improved circulation and it may also ease the symptoms of Pre Menstrual Tension.

22. Dandelion tea is said to relieve indigestion, heartburn, stomach aches and constipation.

23. Easy Night Tea’s health benefits may include relaxation and the encouragement of a restful nights sleep.

24. Echinacea & Cranberry tea is drunk as a preventative measure against colds. It is also used to reduce cold symptoms. This is due to its high antioxidant levels.

25. Elderflower & Lemon tea is said to fight the signs of cold and flu. The tea is rich in Vitamin C and is a strong natural antioxidant. It is also said to aid digestion and can help clear skin.

26. English Breakfast tea is a black tea, which is full-bodied, robust and goes very well with milk and sugar.

27. Fennel Tea helps relieve griping and indigestion pain. It is also used to encourage milk supply when breastfeeding.

28. Figuro Tea boasts health benefits, which may include weight loss.

29. Genmaicha tea is a green tea which is combined with roasted brown rice.

30. Ginger tea is said to relieve an upset stomach, travel sickness and general low-grade fevers. It is also used as a digestive aid, to reduce dizziness and to limit flatulence.

31. Ginger & Lemongrass tea is used to help with an upset stomach, with travel sickness and general low-grade fevers. It is also used as a digestive aid. It reduces dizziness, limits flatulence, and helps with sleep disorders. The tea is said to have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and it may relieve symptoms of nausea and menstrual cramps.

32. Ginger Hibiscus Tea is said to help reduce high blood pressure.

33. Gingko Tea helps improve memory. It is also said to improve blood circulation and oxygen to the brain.

34. Ginseng Tea is said to increase libido and improve male erectile dysfunction.

35. Green Tea has high levels of antioxidants. It is also used to aid weight loss and improve cholesterol levels.

36. Green Tea with Lemon and Myrtle has a high level of antioxidants. It is said to help with weight loss, improve cholesterol levels and provide anti-bacterial and immune boosting qualities.

37. Green Tea with Echinacea’s health benefits may include cold prevention and cold symptom reduction.

38. Green Tea with Gingko is said to help improve memory, improve blood circulation and improve oxygen levels to the brain.

39. Green Tea with Ginseng’s health benefits may include increased libido and treating male erectile dysfunction.

40. Green Tea with Lemon is rich in Vitamin C and is a strong natural antioxidant. It aids digestion and clear the skin.

41. Green Tea with Manuka Honey is antioxidant rich. It’s health benefits may include weight loss and improved cholesterol levels. It may also have antibacterial, anti-microbial, antiseptic and anti-fungal properties.

42. Green with Aloe Vera Tea’s health benefits may include an improved immune system, additional anti-bacterial properties, relief from constipation and bowel discomfort as well as being a digestive aid.

43. Hawthorne tea is said to improve cardiovascular function. It may also increase the blood supply to the heart and improve circulation.

44. Hibiscus Ginger & Goji berry is said to reduce high blood pressure and hypertension.

45. Himalayan Darjeeling is a black tea from the Darjeeling region.

46. Hojicha tea is drunk to improve the immune system, to ease cardiovascular diseases, to aid weight loss and improve relaxation.

47. Honeybush tea is antioxidant rich. Its potential health benefits may include reduction in irritability, reduction in headaches, as a relief from insomnia. It is also used to relieve hypertension, nervous tension and mild depression.

48. Horsetail tea is also an antioxidant rich tea. It has a mild diuretic effect and it increases the activity of the kidneys and bladder. it is also said to promote weight loss.

49. Huang Cha China Yellow tea is a delicate tea. When brewed it is a pale yellow liquid.

50. IMUPLUS Tea’s health benefits may include a strengthened immune system.

51. Jasmine Green Tea is rich in antioxidants. it is used to aid weight loss, to promote cholesterol reduction and to aid relaxation.

52. Kukicha Tea is a Japanese blend of tea made of stems, stalks, and twigs.

53. Lapsang Souchong is a tea, which aids digestion, helps the immune system and helps lower your cholesterol. The tea is also said to aid relaxation and help with weight loss.

54. Lax Plus tea health benefits may include a natural relief from the effects of constipation.

55. Lemon tea is rich in Vitamin C and is a strong natural antioxidant. It is said to aid digestion and clear the skin.

56. Licorice tea is said to help stomach ulcers, combat diarrhoea, ease sore throats, and relieve viral liver inflammations.

57. Licorice & Cinnamon tea is used to combat stomach ulcers, diarrhoea, sore throats, colds, flatulence, nausea, diarrhoea, and painful menstrual periods.

58. Licorice Fennel & Orange is antioxidant rich. Health benefits may include the treatment of stomach ulcers, relief from diarrhoea, sore throats, viral liver inflammations. It is also used to help relieve griping and indigestion and also to encourage milk supply when breastfeeding.

59. Lime & Mint Tea is vitamin c rich. It is said to rejuvenate the skin, relieve constipation, reduce ulcers, gout, piles and gum problems.

60. Liquorice & Oriental Spice tea is said to reduce stomach ulcers, combat diarrhoea, sore throats and viral liver inflammations.

61. Lotus Tea’s health benefits may include the treatment of diarrhoea and abdominal cramps. It may also be helpful when trying to treat gastric ulcers and haemorrhoids.

62. Mint & Chilli tea is said to help with irritable bowel syndrome, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and headaches.

63. Mocha Spice tea is a rich tea with the added sweetness of carob.

64. Moroccan Mint Green tea is said to treat irritable bowel syndrome, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and headaches.

65. Natural Strawberry tea is used as a diuretic, to help relieve diarrhoea and sore throats.

66. Nettle & Peppermint tea is used to treat irritable bowel syndrome, nausea and vomiting. it is also used to treat diarrhoea, headaches, bad breath, arthritic or rheumatic conditions. It is also used as an adjuvant in treating allergies, anaemia and kidney diseases.

67. Oolong Tea is a traditional Chinese tea, which is withered in the sun and maintains a high antioxidant level.

68. Orange & Coconut Tea is said to increase metabolism, help with weight loss and is also vitamin c rich.

69. Pau d’arco tea has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties.

70. Peppermint tea is said to relieve irritable bowel syndrome, nausea and vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches and bad breath.

71. Pomegranate tea has high levels of antioxidants. It is also used in order to reduce bad cholesterol and lower blood pressure.

72. Pu’er Tea health benefits may inhibit the synthesis of cholesterol and also weight loss.

73. Quebra Pedra tea may dissolves kidney and gall stones. It is also anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.

74. Raspberry Leaf tea is antioxidant rich.

75. Rooibos tea health benefits may include the relief from nervous tension, allergies and digestive problems.

76. Rose, chamomile & lavender tea has high levels of vitamin C. It is used for colds, flu, anxiety and insomnia. It is also used to treat stress and headaches.

77. Rose, vanilla & shatavari tea has high levels of vitamin C and it is used for colds and flu. It is used to improve digestion, immune system, memory loss, depression, anxiety and stress reduction.

78. Rosehips & Hibiscus tea has a high vitamin c content and a high antioxidant level. It improves digestion and the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

79. Sage Tea health benefits include the treatment of throat infections, dental abscesses, infected gums and mouth ulcers.

80. Sencha Japanese green tea has high levels of antioxidants. It is used for weight loss and to improve cholesterol levels.

81. Sencha Green Tea is a Japanese green tea. It is used as an antioxidant. It is used for weight loss and to improve cholesterol levels.

82. St John’s Wort Tea is used to treat depression or mild depression.

83. Thyme Herbal Tea is used as a treatment for colds and flu.

84. Tulsi tea is an immune system boosting tea. It is said to reduce stress and improve mental clarity.

85. Valerian tea is said to relax the central nervous system and smooth muscle groups.

86. Vervain tea is used to relieve tension and stress. It is also used to treat depression.

87. Wild Berry Tea is antioxidant rich and therefore is used to improve the immune system.

88. Wild Blackcurrant tea is antioxidant rich immune system booster.

89. Yarrow Tea is said to speed recovery from severe bruising.

Health and Wellness: A Way to Healthy Living

Health and wellness are the two important aspects of your life and hence the saying, health is wealth. Wellness can only be attained, if you are physically and mentally fit. Living a healthy life is not a difficult step to take; It can be achieved by making small adjustments in your lifestyle, like adding fruits to your diet and drinking lot of water daily. Diseases and illness are part and parcel of our life, but they could be prevented by having regular medical checkups that would help us lead a healthy life.

To be physically and mentally fit, we need to follow some simple steps, which can go a long way to improve your health and wellness, without disturbing your daily routine. Here are some of the steps to be followed:

• Do things manually: Always try to do things manually instead of using the automated options. For e.g. climb the stairs of your building instead of using an elevator. If possible, walk to your work place or take a stroll during your lunch break. It can be one of the best options to stay fit. Even installing software that reminds you every hour to get up from your desk and stretch for a while will help you a great deal to improve your wellness.

• Consume lot of water: Drink lot of water daily. In spite of knowing the importance of drinking water regularly not many of us actually put it into practice. Water is life’s essential liquid so drinking it more than normal won’t cause any harm. A bottle of water on your desk at your work place is a nice idea to increase the water intake.

• Include fruits in your diet: consumption of fruits daily is one of the healthy habits. At least 3-5 fruits should be eaten daily to get all the essential nutrients required for the body. Moreover, if fruits eaten raw or consumed as fresh juice, is an excellent way to balance moisture level in a body.

Apart from all the above steps, meditation for an hour keeps your mind and body always fresh. It helps you to do your daily routine with more enthusiasm. If still you would like to take an expert opinion then you can always visit your nearby health center.

Finding Help For Treating Your Depression

Everyone goes through periods of anxiety and sadness or “ups and downs” when facing one of life’s many disappointing or difficult moments, however, when depression becomes more than the normal anxiety and sadness sometimes experienced for a short time and the feelings of sadness become overwhelming and last for extended periods of time, this may be a symptom of clinical or major depressive disorder.

Major depression typically will not disappear on its own and requires the assistance of medical professionals in order to overcome the symptoms. If you or a loved has decided to seek help for the symptoms of depression, this medical guide on depression will inform you on what steps you should take and the differences among the mental health professionals that specialize in these disorders.

The First Step in Finding Help for Depression

The first step that should be taken when seeking help for depression is making an appointment with your primary care physician. In many cases, a physician is able to make an accurate diagnosis of depression and begin treatment as well as refer you to a mental health professional for therapy or counseling.

If you do not have a primary care physician the best course of action to take is calling your local clinic or hospital and they will refer you to a medical doctor or mental health specialist in your local area. In the majority of cases when treating depression, a combination of medication and psychotherapy is recommended.

Choosing a Therapist

Depending on the cause of your depression or what type of depression you have will determine what type of medications or therapy is needed. In cases when the depression is mild and may or may not require medication, the type of therapy that is done by a psychologist or counselor can be effective in relieving or overcoming the symptoms of depression.

A psychologist is trained in psychotherapy and will typically use a form of therapy called “CBT” or “cognitive behavioral therapy” when treating depression. While there are some counselors, psychotherapists, and social workers who are trained in psychotherapy, others are not and can only provide counseling that is typically a brief form of treatment where as psychotherapy is a more involved and longer treatment process.

While psychologists are licensed to practice psychotherapy they are not licensed to prescribe medications, therefore, in treating severe cases of depression or when a chemical imbalance is the suspected cause of depression, a psychiatrist is recommended as they are a medical doctor and qualified in psychotherapy as well as licensed to prescribe medications.

When choosing a therapist it is important to find one that you are comfortable with as therapists differ in the ways that they approach treatment. It is important to find the one that is the right “fit” for you or one that you can “click” with. In order to find the one that is right for you, you may have to try a couple of sessions with different therapists; however, this will be beneficial to you in the long run in ensuring successful treatment.