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Hypertension and High Blood Pressure - RESPeRATE helps lower Blood Pressure

May 16th, 2006

Hypertension and High Blood Pressure - RESPeRATE helps lower Blood Pressure

InterCure's RESPeRATE

RESPeRATE is manufactured by InterCure and has gained approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a device that can treat hypertension.  Multiple studies have shown using RESPeRATE consistently will lower blood pressure levels.  RESPeRATE is the only hypertension treatment approved by the FDA that does not have any side effects and is available without a prescription and is classified as over the counter (OTC).

InterCure will present four new studies to the American Society of Hypertensionís 21st Annual Scientific Meeting being held in New York that will show the benefits of using RESPeRATE.  The studies show a reduction in the resistance of narrowed blood vessels to blood flow (peripheral resistance) which lowered blood pressure.


One study from South Korea measured Systemic Vascular Resistance Index [SVRI] and other hemodynamic parameters, heart rate, and blood pressure of 22 hypertensive patients.  The groups used RESPeRATE for 15 minutes each day for an eight week period.  The average blood pressure reduction was 12.6/5.3 mmHg.  There was not any change in heart rate.

"The practical implication of our findings is significant," said the lead author, Dr. Kyung-Hoon Choe from Wonju College of Medicine in South Korea. "This direct physiological evidence gives us further confidence that the device lowers blood pressure and treats one of its most significant contributing factors."

The RESPeRATE equipment retails for $299.  The RESPeRATE patented equipment offers guided breathing exercises to slow your breathing down from 14 Ė 18 breaths per minute to a therapeutic zone of 10 breaths.  The manufacturer states that it can take up to 8 weeks for blood pressure measurements to be lowered.  For best results, it is recommended to use the equipment for 15 minutes each day at least 3 Ė 4 times per week.


RESPeRATE works by reducing neural activity which in turn reduces muscle constriction in muscles that surround the small blood vessels.  By relaxing these muscles you allow the blood to flow without restriction, which results in lower blood pressure.

The RESPeRATE adjusts for each userís breathing pattern and slows the personís breathing down by playing a musical tone for breathing in and out.  It takes the person to a slowed breathing pattern in an easy manner.


As each individual is different, you may still need medication from your doctor to lower blood pressure.  If you take blood pressure medication you should consult with your doctor before discontinuing any medications.  You should always consult with your doctor before adding any new therapies or treatments including the RESPeRATE equipment.

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