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Reversing High Blood Pressure
By Dr. James Kojian M.D.
Did you know that the following diseases are reversible and curable in the vast
majority of the cases: high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, anxiety,
arthritis, heart disease, most chronic intestinal disorders, osteoporosis and
impotence. Most people who are diagnosed with these illnesses are led to believe
that they have to be on medication for the rest of their life. This is not true!
Rather than saying "Mrs. Jones you have high blood pressure and you need to
take this medication for the rest of your life," Mrs. Jones needs to be
told that she has hypertension because of whatever reasons, and with proper
nutrition, exercise, meditation or prayer, weight loss, and education there is a
good chance she can beat it or certainly decrease the amount of medication she
Lets talk about high blood pressure. The medical term for high blood
pressure is hypertension. Blood pressure is the actual pressure found
inside the blood vessels in the body as the heart is pumping blood through it.
As everything else in the body, the pressure in the blood vessels needs to be
within a normal range. When the pressure in the blood vessels gets too high,
then one has high blood pressure or hypertension. Hypertension is called
"the silent killer", because it is very dangerous and it gives no
symptoms. High blood pressure is usually defined when the bottom number or
diastolic pressure is in excess of 90-95 and the top number the systolic is
higher than 130. To be diagnosed properly you have to be checked properly.
It usually requires five blood pressure readings on different days to make the
diagnosis, as these numbers tend to fluctuate on a daily basis. As we get older
our blood vessels tend to become harder thus most peoples' pressures increase.
In order to control these numbers we should start thinking about treatment or
changing lifestyles to reverse the high blood pressure if possible. Weight
loss and diet are powerful tools in decreasing blood pressure especially in
young overweight individuals. Blacks and elderly people tend not to have such a
dramatic decrease in their blood pressure with diet and exercise, but it will
If you are getting proper nutrition, exercising and losing weight and STILL have
high blood pressure, then you definitely need to be on medication.
Kojian may be reached via:
James Kojian, M. D.
527 W. Los Altos Ave.
Arcadia Ca. 91007
or email firstname.lastname@example.org