I’d like to tell you a quick story about how my mom recently lowered her blood pressure using a hand-held “video game” type device, which was developed based on some curious results reported from fighter pilots, and favorably reported on in the
Harvard Heart Letter
for reducing hypertension.

My mom hates flying.

She hasn’t flown in an airplane for over 15 years… and it would’ve been 40 years if she hadn’t flown to Mexico to receive some alternative health care for her fight against breast cancer (which she beat!! Yeah!)

Anyway, for the past few years, my mom has had high blood pressure. Her doctor had her on blood pressure medications, but even then her blood pressure was usually around 150/90.

Last month, I was given a gift from a friend of mine who works with a company called Zona Health. They make a product called the Zona Plus, which is a hypertension relief device.

I gave this to my mom, and asked her to use it for a month to test lowering her blood pressure and relieve the effects of hypertension.

To remind herself to use the Zona, she printed out a picture of my 8-year old son making a goofy face, taped it next to her computer, and wrote “Do the Zona today?”

My mom has been using the Zona Plus for a couple weeks now, and she’s already experienced tremendous success in lowering her blood pressure!

Her blood pressure has consistently dropped to around 134/74.

fighter pilot technology lowers blood pressureThe Zona is all natural, safe, and comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.

It’s a little on the spendy side, but the science and technology behind it, the results it produces – and the fact it only takes 12 minutes a day (while sitting in your chair), make this a worthwhile investment in your blood pressure health.

I’m also really concerned that for many of our customers, the cost of blood pressure medications is over $1,000 per year, and the hypertension side effects are just awful.

If you have been struggling to lower your blood pressure, I highly recommend the Zona Plus.

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