Are you minutes away from a STROKE?


Over 1000 Americans EVERY DAY die from the silent killer that is high blood pressure.

In fact, 1 in 5 people with high blood pressure don't even know they have it!

In the following short but controversial video, the 'miracle' patient David will reveal exactly how he naturally and safely lowered his blood pressure, destroyed cholesterol and saved himself from an excruciating heart attack or stroke.

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The billion dollar pharma companies are shaking at their knees after they heard this secret has been released, and are desperately trying to hide it from you.

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Blood pressure fluctuates from minute to minute and normally shows a circadian rhythm over a 24-hour period, with highest readings in the early morning and evenings and lowest readings at night.[7][8] Loss of the normal fall in blood pressure at night is associated with a greater future risk of cardiovascular disease and there is evidence that night-time blood pressure is a stronger predictor of cardiovascular events than day-time blood pressure.[9] Various factors, such as age and sex, influence a person's blood pressure and variations in it. In children, the normal ranges are lower than for adults and depend on height.[10] Reference blood pressure values have been developed for children in different countries, based on the distribution of blood pressure in children of these countries.[11] As adults age, systolic pressure tends to rise and diastolic tends to fall.[12] In the elderly, systolic blood pressure tends to be above the normal adult range,[13] thought to be largely because of reduced flexibility of the arteries. Also, an individual's blood pressure varies with exercise, emotional reactions, sleep, digestion and time of day (circadian rhythm). Differences between left and right arm blood pressure measurements tend to be random and average to nearly zero if enough measurements are taken. However, in a small percentage of cases there is a consistent difference greater than 10 mm Hg which may need further investigation, e.g. for obstructive arterial disease.[14][15] The risk of cardiovascular disease increases progressively above 115/75 mm Hg.[16] In the past, hypertension was only diagnosed if secondary signs of high arterial pressure were present, along with a prolonged high systolic pressure reading over several visits. Regarding hypotension, in practice blood pressure is considered too low only if noticeable symptoms are present.[2] Clinical trials demonstrate that people who maintain arterial pressures at the low end of these pressure ranges have much better long term cardiovascular health. The principal medical debate concerns the aggressiveness and relative value of methods used to lower pressures into this range for those who do not maintain such pressure on their own. Elevations, more commonly seen in older people, though often considered normal, are associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Of course, you can,' I said and caressed her cheek. We turned to the TV screen. One night Sally was feeling low. Harry comes over to her house. He comforts her. They end up kissing. I don't know if the scene motivated me or the wine or the fact that I felt I might not get another chance. I leaned over to kiss Aarti. She looked up at me in surprise. However, she did not protest. Just stared. I kissed her again, this time more insistently Nothing for two minutes and then she was kissing me back. We kissed again and again. I kissed her lips, her cheeks, her forehead, her nose, her ears and her lips again. I switched off the lights. When I hugged her again, she said, 'This is wrong.' 1 knowM said, 'but I can't stop.' My hand reached for her shirt buttons. 'No,' she said and gripped that hand hard. I slid my other hand under her shirt. Thank god, men have two hands; nobody could make out otherwise. My palm was, at last, on her breast. 'Gopal, you realise what is happening?' she said. I shook my head. 'We shouldn't...' she said.


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