Manage High Blood Pressure

If you’re a patient of high blood pressure (hypertension), the following protocol may help with reducing your average blood pressure and over time, could cause a reduction in medication. Remember to continue your medication and only alter it based on your physician’s advice.

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The following is a summary based on my previous articles. Please click the links to see details.


  • Morning
  • Evening
    • 1 kilometre walk in 15 minutes
    • Chandra Bhedana (Yoga, left nostril breathing), 11 minutes
    • Tai Chong point (Acupressure), 3 minutes


The above is a set of generic suggestions, to which different people will respond differently. What do you think? Can you do it?

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