High Blood Pressure is also known as the silent Killer.
Many people who go to their GP’s get told to ‘eat better’ or ‘get some exercise’.
What they don’t get told is how to do this, leaving them unable to solve the problem.
We fill that void by going much more in depth by helping people change their lifestyles and mental perceptions with our T.E.N program (Training, Education, Nutrition)
Learning what you are eating is of paramount importance, and features heavily within our training programmes. Many foods that are advertised as healthy may in fact be the cause of your health problems.
Using our Ten Approach (Training, Education, Nutrition), our training programmes will totally re-educate your mind, your body and your palate, by showing you what foods truly will provide you with the healthy body you deserve. Another major misnomer is the way you engage in physical activity and it’s outcome. Lez gets amazing results with a very short exercise routine (10-15 minutes daily) that most age groups and genders can undertake.
Many people who go to their GP’s get told to ‘eat better’ and ‘get some exercise’. What they don’t get told is how to do this, leaving them unable to solve the problem.
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A: 15 million people in the UK, 60 million people in the USA and 1 billion people worldwide are reported to have H.B.P. The story is that 50% of people over fifty in the UK have it. One of the fundamental causes of high blood pressure is lifestyle. Lifestyle is made up of habits and conditioning that have been developed over time.
A: Common causes of High Blood Pressure as suggested by the NHS include: kidney disease, diabetes, narrowing of the arteries (large blood vessels) supplying the kidneys, hormonal conditions, such as Cushing’s syndrome (a condition where your body produces an excess of steroid hormones), conditions that affect the body’s tissue, such as lupus.
A: H.B.P. can be very dangerous and life threatening. It can cause Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease heart attacks strokes and other illnesses.
A: The side effects of high blood pressure tablets and the combination of other drugs prescribed can cause as much problems as having high blood pressure such as diarrhoea, gout, Asthma symptoms, coughs, dizziness, facial flushing, swollen ankles, constipation, poor sleep, impotence and depression. It is now suggested and speculated that some drugs could actually cause cancer.
A: If you have high blood pressure, avoid smoking cigarettes, processed foods or consuming products of a negative nature. This can only make your situation worse. One of the reasons why people cannot maintain normal levels of blood pressure is because they continue or return to the very same bad habits that produced high blood pressure in the first place.
A:If you have high blood pressure, you should exercise daily. And work towards a vigorous training programme that you can enjoy. Weight training, Running, badminton, squash, martial arts, dance etc. If you have high blood pressure, training 2-3 times a week isn’t going to cut it. Everyday is the only way. You need to get a sweat on.
A: Diet is one of the major reasons why people have high blood pressure. The consumption of fatty & processed food, processed drinks, drugs and alcohol over the years can produce such thing as high blood pressure. Changing your diet is fundamental.
A: Loosing body fat is fundamental to lowering high blood pressure. Having more weight than necessary on the body puts more stress on all major organs especially the heart. The more weight you have, the more blood you have, making the heart stress more than needed. However, thin people do get high blood pressure usually because of hardening or stiffening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis).
A: Doctors, pharmaceutical drug companies, nurses, hospitals, clinics, blood pressure machines, chemist etc, this is a multi billion pound/ dollar industry and there are vested interests and incomes at stake in not creating any cures. There is simply no money in the cure. These organisations will not be the ones to deliver the cure when there are vast amounts of money to be made in the treatments.
Whilst there is an industry that depends and thrives on people being ill, there simply is no hope for a cure coming from that direction; however there are lots of treatments and drugs to be had. Treating blood pressure usually means doctors prescribing pharmaceutical drugs. Definition of treatment is: 1. the manner in which someone behaves towards or deals with someone or something.
A: So is there a cure? Is there hope? Apparently, NOT!
Our Commitment to Understanding Your Needs
We understand that clients care and attention is pivotal in personal development and we treat all of our clients as individuals. Even though having poor health is a worldwide common problem, no one client is the same and we have trained experts that listen to you and advise you on the best ways to help you work with your personal development.
Specialised Training Education and Nutrition Support
All of our prices include comprehensive after-care packages which include dietary and fitness advice to ensure your personal development effectively and safely. We arrange consultations to help you make the correct food choices and also provide you with a fitness package to promote your new healthier and happier lifestyle.
Personal Development Prices
We offer different personal development procedures for you to choose from. The varying options are appropriate for different levels of personal development and they will be discussed at length in your consultation.
Prices are as follows:
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These prices are correct at time of publication 1st October 2012. We reserve the right to change prices at any time. Prices are subject to consultation at which point Clients will receive their Personal Quotation.
We occasionally have special offers running which may entitle you to a discount on the above prices, check out our website or contact us to see if there are currently any offers.
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