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This book is chalk full with details about blood pressure, whether low, high or fluctuating. It provides detailed explanations for the many contributing factors and serves as an empowering guide to find a path to better health and wellness. It shows you how a basic home use blood pressure cuff can be used as a self diagnostic tool, this book is so much more then a blood pressure guide. As the human body is not just the sum of many parts, but a complex machine you will learn how diet, daily habit's, exercise, stress at home or work and even breathing affects your cardio vascular system and by extension your mood, energy and wellness. You will understand how certain foods/beverages and when they are consumed may be triggering a recurring problem and what to do about it. Not only are you getting invaluable information in easy to follow language, it is all backed by references to relevant research studies if you are so inclined.
If you are looking to take charge of your health without all the medical jargon, you will not be disappointed.
Most helpful is information provided on the dangers associated with low blood pressure. High blood pressure is given much attention but low blood pressure, in spite of its long-term consequences, is often overlooked. Dr. Dorothy Adamiak, in her well-researched book, invites the reader to examine low blood pressure as an underlying cause of many diseases. Moreover, she offers useful suggestions and tests (such as Holter monitors and BBT) to help the reader supervise his or her own health. At the end of each chapter, there are web links, videos, blogs, etc., for more information.
I recommend The Ultimate Guide to Low & Fluctuating Blood Pressure to anyone wishing to uncover connections between blood pressure and other health issues.