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A Cozy Fire to Lower Blood Pressure

Published on 11/21/2014
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 A Cozy Fire to Lower Blood Pressure

This is the time of year when you get to spend more time with their family and friends, when you get to eat, drink and be merry, when you get to celebrate the joy of being alive.

 Yet, for blood pressure sufferers, it’s also the deadliest few weeks in the calendar.

 In fact, hospital and morgue records show that you’re more likely to die from heart or brain complications in the next 50 days, than at any other time...  

 Here’s the good news, thanks to science, there’s now a relaxing and comfortable way to reduce your blood pressure risk this holiday season.

 It’s nothing to do with changing your diet, or exercising. In fact, all you have to do is sit down in front of a cosy fire and stay warm this coming holiday season.

  You see, according to doctors at the Mayo Clinic, as the temperature drops, the cold causes your arteries to shrink and narrow.


But you can combat this by heating  your home with a warm fire that helps boost circulation.

 Not only that, because it is part of human nature to find fires relaxing, watching the orange flames flicker in the fireplace helps lower stress and support healthy blood pressure too. Especially when you are surrounded by loved ones on a frosty winter’s night.


This little-known connection between heating your home
and blood pressure was discovered during a recent study.


In the study, scientists tested the blood pressure and heart health of a group of volunteers.


They then asked each volunteer to watch a fire for varying lengths of time.


Afterwards, they measured the group’s heart and blood pressure health again.


When they analyzed the results, they discovered that the longer a person spent in front of the fire, the more it promoted healthy blood pressure.


To discover how to take control of your blood pressure risk, watch this free presentation now.


As you reach out to take a slice of turkey, you look around at the smiling faces. You feel happy, full of life, content.

 But then suddenly, your chest clenches tight. A crushing pain pounds you like a semi truck running you over.   You feel hot, nauseous, sweaty. 

And the smiling faces are replaced with horrified stares.

 A Cozy Fire to Lower Blood Pressure


This Christmas as many as 2,000 Americans will die from heart disasters while their families watch on helplessly.

 It’s a terrifying statistic considering something as simple as sitting in front of a fire could have helped save them. 

Another way to battle stress

Oh, what fun it is to Play your own Carols!

Christmas is just around the corner! Now is the time to stock up on your favorite Christmas carols or festive songs. 


We have music for every age, skill level, and occasion! From carol books to individual songs, we've got something for everyone. Liven up the holidays with some live music. Come celebrate with us! 

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