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In the quest for natural high blood pressure treatment, a simple, new, “low-tech” breathing method promises to outdo expensive technology. The Breatheasy Slow Breathing with Music system, showcased at, is experiencing great success. Extensive clinical testing reveals that breathing slowly at a rate below 10 breaths per minute while prolonging exhalation for 10 to 15 minutes a day has been shown to lead to significant and lasting reductions in high blood pressure. But until now, slow breathing required the use of complicated and expensive biofeedback equipment and so remained beyond the reach of many high blood pressure sufferers. The Breatheasy system changes that by offering a practical, yet highly effective, alternative.

“With the dangers of many high blood pressure medications exposed, people are increasingly looking for natural alternatives,” says David O’Hara, creator of the Breatheasy System. “For many users, slow breathing for 15 minutes a day offers blood pressure control comparable to or even better than that obtained through drugs. In fact, some visitors to our totally revamped website at report surprising results after just a few minutes using our online audio demo. We were just as surprised by this because we only designed it to offer brief samples of our soundtrack.”

Breatheasy takes a unique approach to slow breathing by combining a special therapeutic breathing soundtrack with real music. The music creates a state of relaxation that makes the method enjoyable and nearly effortless. The biofeedback machines that inspired the Breatheasy system are forced to use synthetic, computer-generated “tones” by virtue of the way they operate. Both systems require regular use to be effective but the makers of the Breatheasy system believe their method has the edge as something that users will actually enjoy using on a daily basis.

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