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High Blood Pressure a Preventable Cause of Heart Attacks

Author: James Massey

Published: 2010-09-17

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High blood pressure or hypertension is one of the leading causes of heart attacks which can be fatal or disabling.

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High Blood Pressure, A Major Cause of Heart Attacks, Is Easily Preventable.

Besides its other ill effects on the body and its major organs, high blood pressure, or hypertension, is one of the leading causes of heart attacks which can be fatal or disabling to the point that survivors require major lifestyle adjustments. However, while high blood pressure is treatable or even preventable with safe, effective natural means and behavioral adjustments, traditional medications which reduce high blood pressure often produce unpleasant and even dangerous side effects.

Now, experts in alternative medicine and health care present their research into the causes and natural treatments of high blood pressure, and therefore prevention of heart attacks, in a new E-book called the "Prevent Heart Attack" guide. Among the pieces of expert advice that the guide presents are:

Health care and diet experts agree that the "Prevent Heart Attack" guide contains trustworthy and tested advice that is ideal for:

The information contained in the "Prevent Heart Attack" guide can help people prolong their lives and prevent the disability and limitations caused by heart attacks and other diseases caused by high blood pressure. As it is made available in E-book form, the "Prevent Heart Attack" guide is reasonably priced and convenient, and it is backed by a no risk, sixty day money back guarantee -

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