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Healing Hypertension

A Revolutionary New Approach
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Length: 7 hrs and 44 mins
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A pioneering approach to overcoming high blood pressure

If you are one of the millions of people diagnosed with high blood pressure, this groundbreaking book can change your life. Unique in combining a medical and a psychological approach, Samuel J. Mann, M.D., explains:

  • How you can tell whether or not your high blood pressure is related to emotions
  • How to find the medication best suited for you, and when to reduce or eliminate unnecessary medication
  • How exploring "hidden" or repressed emotions can reduce your blood pressure and the need for medication
  • Featuring compelling and instructive case histories as well as the latest medical research, Healing Hypertension can help you make sense of your high blood pressure while offering new choices for controlling it.
©1999 Samuel J. Mann (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Marcus Harcum
  • 27-07-16

Enlightening!

The information in this book was very enlightening and informative to me as a person who'd been struggling with "so called" essential hypertension for almost 20 yrs. The Doctor forced me to take a look at my past to find a possible cause for my condition, as I have always been told that my condition was hereditary. I've tried almost every coctail of hypertension drugs and figured I'd have nothing to lose to explore this route.

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