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What is RESPeRATE?

How it lowers blood pressure
Harness the natural power of breathing to lower blood pressure

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High blood pressure is generally caused by your blood vessels tightening up and narrowing; this then causes your heart to pump harder. RESPeRATE's unique breathing exercise relaxes constricted blood vessels to reduce high blood pressure.


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RESPeRATE's unique breathing exercise relaxes constricted blood vessels to reduce high blood pressure.

- When you use RESPeRATE, you put on headphones and attach a sensor around your chest.

- RESPeRATE's breathing sensor automatically analyzes your individual breathing pattern and creates a personalized melody composed of two distinct inhale and exhale guiding tones.

- Simply listen to the melody through the headphones, and your body's natural tendency to follow external rhythms will enable you to easily synchronize your breathing to the tones.

- By gradually prolonging the exhalation tone to slow your breathing, RESPeRATE leads you to the therapeutic zone of less than 10 breaths per minute.

- Within a few minutes, the muscles surrounding the small blood vessels in your body relax, blood flows more freely, and your blood pressure is significantly reduced.




Clinical Support

RESPeRATE is the only non-drug solution for lowering blood pressure with such an extensive amount of clinical support.

Clinical highlights:

- Ten clinical studies have proven the effectiveness of RESPeRATE on lowering blood pressure. The results have been published in reputable journals such as the American Journal of Hypertension and Journal of Human Hypertension

- The California Technology Assessment Forum (CTAF), a program of the Blue Shield of California Foundation, unanimously agreed that RESPeRATE is a safe and effective medical approach to treat hypertension.

- RESPeRATE is now featured in more than 20 popular and professional text books including Mayo Clinicís On High Blood Pressure and the American Heart Associationís Hypertension Primer.

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