InterCure RESPeRATE Ultra
- Naturally reduces blood pressure, no drugs, no zero side effects
- Clinically proven to lower high blood pressure in weeks
- 90% of users are satisfied and are still regularly using it after eight to twelve weeks
- The only drug-free device to treat blood pressure
- Simple and convenient to carry with no side effects (unlike statins)
In... and out... – naturally lower your blood pressure with just your breathing and RESPeRATE
Bet you didn’t think it would be so simple? Treating high blood pressure (hypertension) is not as difficult or as daunting as it seems and can even be done without medication; RESPeRATE ultra is clinically proven to lower your blood pressure in just weeks by regulating your natural breathing cycle.
Over 600,000 people died of heart disease in 2008, with 25% of all deaths occurring in the US. Untreated high blood pressure can increase your risk of a stroke or a heart attack. It is recommended that all adults should have their blood pressure measured at least every five years.
The Intercure RESPeRATE has three main components to reduce high blood pressure: a breathing sensor, a RESPeRATE computerised display and headphones. The breathing sensor is attached around your chest; this analyses your breathing pattern as you inhale and exhale, sending the information to the computerised display. RESPeRATE helps in guiding you to a regulated breathing pattern with its pleasant, soothing tones, one for inhale and another tone for exhale.
Within minutes, the muscles surrounding your small blood vessels will begin to dilate and relax, allowing the blood to flow freely and reducing your blood pressure. It really is that simple.
RESPeRATE is the only drug-free, non-invasive device that can lower blood pressure naturally; 90% of users are satisfied and still use it regularly after eight to twelve weeks. The device is not complicated or bulky; you can carry it with you wherever you may need it.
Use the device 3-4 times a week for 15 minutes, doing this regularly will help you to achieve an overall lower blood pressure. You can use RESPeRATE along with a change of diet, exercise or even if you are on medication.
Lowering high blood pressure has never been so easy and risk-free!
So how does this natural lowering of blood pressure work?
First thing’s first and probably the most difficult; find a comfortable place to sit and relax! Once you’ve mastered this part, the rest is a doddle. With the headphones that are included, pop them on and attach the sensor around your chest.
The RESPeRATE ultra breathing sensor immediately examines your breathing pattern and with the personalised melody, it creates two tones, guiding you on your inhale and exhale.
By listening to the tones given through the headphones, your body’s natural reaction is to follow the rhythms created by the melody, enabling your breathing pattern to be in sync with the guiding tones.
Gradually, your breathing pattern is prolonged; slowing down your breathing to less than 10 breaths per minute is the first step to lowering your blood pressure. .
Within minutes, the muscles that surround your blood vessels relax, allowing your blood to flow freely and reducing your blood pressure.
Using RESPeRATE for just 15 minutes a few times a week can significantly reduce high blood pressure and by using the device along with other exercises, you will be able to maintain your low blood pressure long-term.
What is high blood pressure and who is at risk?
Around 30% of people in England suffer with high blood pressure, and so many are unaware of it. Readings that are frequently 140 over 90, or higher, it is more than likely that you have high blood pressure.
High blood pressure adds extra strain on your heart and blood vessels. Left untreated, the added strain can increase the risk of you having a heart attack or a stroke.
There are many explanations as to why people have high blood pressure; many of these reasons are due to diet and lifestyle:
- If you are overweight
- Eat too much salt
- Don’t do enough exercise
- Not enough fruit and vegetable in your diet
- If you smoke
- Drinking too much alcohol
- If your caffeine intake is high
Other reasons can be because of your lineage or just because you’re getting older:
- A relative of yours has high blood pressure
- Those of African or Caribbean descent are more at risk
- You are 65 or older
If any of these categories apply to you, you should consider changing your lifestyle habits to reduce your risk of high blood pressure. It is also advisable to have your blood pressure checked routinely, around once a year.
What are the symptoms of high blood pressure you should look out for?
Finding and establishing if you have symptoms of high blood pressure can be difficult, as nearly one-third of people who have high blood pressure are not aware of it at all. If hypertension is ignored and left untreated it can lead to severe complications such as strokes, heart disease, kidney failure, erectile dysfunction and even cause eye problems.
Symptoms of extremely high blood pressure are more noticeable, and once you have recognised these symptoms you should seek medical advice immediately. These are the symptoms to look out for:
- Severe headache
- Fatigue or confusion
- Problems with your vision
- Pains in your chest
- Difficulty breathing
- Irregular heartbeat
- Blood in your urine
- Pounding in your chest, neck and ears
Malignant (accelerated) hypertension can severely damage your organs; this is due to critically elevated blood pressure. If this does happen, your blood pressure needs to be reduced immediately to prevent organ damage. This process will occur in intensive care.
Organ damage that is associated with malignant (accelerated) hypertension may include:
- Your mental status can change either confusion or coma (encephalopathy – this means disorder or disease of the brain)
- Bleeding into the brain (otherwise known as a stroke)
- Heart failure
- Chest pain
- Fluid going into the lungs
- Heart Attack
- Aneurysm (bulging blood vessel)
- Eclampsia (occurs during pregnancy)
How can you prevent high blood pressure?
Along with using RESPeRATE frequently each week, you can naturally reduce high blood pressure by simply changing and managing your lifestyle choices. Don’t worry - this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourself! Instead of thinking “I’m on a diet” “I need to lose weight” see it as a change of lifestyle instead.
We have all seen our GDA (Guideline Daily Amount) listed on foodstuffs - we’re haunted by them every single day when we enter the supermarket! However, they are important. You should only have 6g of salt a day, this does not mean the salt that you shake onto your food; it also means the salt that has already been added to your foods. Alongside cutting down on salt, you should obtain a healthy diet; low in fat and at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables. Fruit and vegetables that are vibrant in red colours tend to reduce the risk of heart disease such as: strawberries, red apples, tomatoes, red bell peppers and red cabbage.
Get out and do more! Keeping active is incredibly important, not only is it great for your mind and body, you will feel better holistically. It’s recommended that you should be doing 150 minutes of cardiovascular a week – a week! That’s just 2 and half hours of either cycling or brisk walking – a week! Along with this you could also do muscle-strengthening activities twice a week too.
Not only does alcohol affect the liver, it can also increase your blood pressure. Like the GDA, we’ve all seen how many units we are allowed to drink – for men, 3-4 units and women 2-3 units.
Stub it out! Smoking can increase the risk of heart disease and strokes!
Cut down on caffeine; we know how tough those Monday mornings are at the office but if you drink more than four cups a day, your blood pressure can increase. Caffeine is also found in fizzy drinks, tea and even chocolate (no!).
And, relax! Yes relaxation can help to lower your blood pressure. It’s also very important, again for your mind, body and spirit. Hormones that are released during stressful situations temporarily increase your blood pressure causing your heart to beat faster. These temporary short term outbursts in your blood pressure can add up over time, increasing your risk of long term high blood pressure.
So that’s all there is to it - using RESPeRATE regularly for 15 minutes can significantly lower blood pressure naturally without using medication and there are no risks of any side effects occurring (apart from relaxation!) Get back into your regular routine and respire with RESPeRATE ultra, now!
|Included Contents||InterCure RESPeRATE Unit, Headphones, Chest Sensor, Instruction Manual|
|Power||4 x AA Batteries|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the RESPeRATE User Manual View and/or Download the RESPeRATE Quick Start Guide|
|Size||12.4cm x 11.7cm x 6.6cm (4.9 Inches x 4.6 Inches x 2.6 Inches)|