My Blood Pressure Newsletter March Edition Released

March 10, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
My Blood Pressure has announced the release of the latest My Blood Pressure Newsletter for March. This monthís newsletter includes a very personal story from Peter D. Peter didnít think his migraine headaches could be due to high blood pressure. He was very wrong. Peterís compelling story is a reminder to visit your physician and to monitor your blood pressure at home.

The My Blood Pressure newsletter reviews a new clinical study which researches whether home monitoring of blood pressure can reduce the amount of medication needed. This is an interesting study for those who would like to reduce the blood pressure medication. The clinical study also highlights considerable cost savings for those who monitor blood pressure at home.

Also included in the My Blood Pressure newsletter is a collection of the latest blood pressure news and stories. A surprising study of hotel maids shows the influence the mind can have over blood pressure and weight levels. The latest blood pressure diet information supports a low carbohydrate diet, drinking beetroot juice, and avoiding noises at night.

Nearly one in three adults has high blood pressure, with one third of them unaware that they have it. High blood pressure increases the risk of heart disease, kidney disease stroke. It is especially dangerous because it often has no warning signs or symptoms.

The My Blood Pressure newsletter is a monthly newsletter that contains information to help people manage their high blood pressure. It offers support for those people who monitor their blood pressure from home with a home monitoring device.

The My Blood Pressure newsletter will keep readers up to date with the latest news and research and includes personal stories from our subscribers on how they live with and manage their blood pressure.

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