Hello all you high blood pressure warriors!
In this video, I’m going to reveal a little-known secret technique to immediately lower your high blood pressure.
This technique works so fast, that within just a few minutes, you’ll be able to see a dramatic decrease in your blood pressure.
It’s a slow breathing technique, which enables your heart rate to dramatically slow down, which will decrease your blood pressure as well.
Here are the steps to perform this technique.
Step 1: The Setting
Your first step is to create the proper setting, that is conducive to getting the best results, from this technique.
So the first thing you want to do is make sure you’re in a room with a cool atmosphere.
Ideally, you want the room temperature to be between 64 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
As it’s a deep breathing technique, your lungs need to hold in the air for a long time.
If the air isn’t pure and clean, you may experience distress, which is why the setting of the room has to be such that it has enough circulation of oxygen.
Step 2: The Posture
You have to have the correct posture when doing this technique, so the first thing you have to do, is arrange for a soft seat on the floor.
A standard yoga mat will do just fine.
Sit comfortably, but upright.
It works better if you sit cross-legged, with your arms outstretched, and your palms touching your knees.
You need to make sure your neck, shoulders, and your back are straight, and that you don’t slouch forward.
You can let the other muscles loosen up, and when you’ve done that, close your eyes.
Step 3: The Focus
To do this technique effectively, you have to have maximum focus.
So that means you have to control your mind and your thoughts..
Push your mind to focus on one particular thing, but don’t think about the room or the technique, that you’re about to do.
A simple trick is to just picture a clear blue sky and focus on the sky.
Step 4: The Inhalation
It’s time to start breathing now.
Inhale slowly but steadily, and use both nostrils for the air to go into your lungs.
The air intake has to be so slow, that the entire inhalation process takes about four seconds.
You could count the seconds in the beginning, but don’t focus on the breathing pattern too much.
Continue to focus on the vision of the blue sky instead.
This isn’t about holding your breath, but it’s more about breathing in extremely slowly.
Step 5: The Exhalation
When breathing out, make sure you use both nostrils again, to slowly remove the air.
Try to exhale the maximum possible air, which should take you about six seconds.
While breathing in and out, make sure the air doesn’t come from your belly.
Your nostrils and lungs should be doing the majority of the work.
After the exhalation process is complete, go back to breathing in again.
Repeat steps four and five for at least five minutes.
Feel free to check your blood pressure before and immediately after the process.
When you check your blood pressure you’ll see a significant reduction in your numbers.
You’re also likely to see your heart rate lowering dramatically.
So, How Does This All Work?
Well, when you inhale slowly and for a long time, certain receptors in your lungs are activated.
These receptors reduce the heart rate, which in turn increases the duration, for which your neurons stay inactive.
This reduces the message flow from your brain, to the skeletal muscles’ blood vessels, causing the blood vessels in your entire body to dilate.
Thus, your blood pressure is reduced.
This simple process could help immediately lower your high blood pressure.
If you practice it regularly, there is a chance that one day you, may not need you pressure medicines anymore.
But always consult your doctor before reducing your blood pressure medications.