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Blood Pressure Meds NOT Working? Here’s Why

Ask your mainstream doc why your blood pressure med isn’t working and they’ll probably just give you a half-hearted shrug.  

It seems like no matter how high your dose… or how long you’ve been taking it… your BP NEVER DROPS.

But the TRUTH is:  Conventional medicine knows exactly why your blood pressure is high… and why those expensive med aren’t doing a darn thing to help.

It’s one of the most sinister secrets in modern medicine. 

Here’s what you need to know…

The real cause of high blood pressure is… all the other drugs you’re taking!

Yes, it’s that simple.

You see, drugs like NSAIDs… anti-depressants… antacids… and even decongestants take a HUGE toll on your heart. 

If you’re taking any of these drugs and have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, there’s a HUGE chance the two are related. 

These are some of the most widely used – and most commonly prescribed – medicines around.

So long as you’re taking these drugs, no amount of blood pressure meds will be able to help control your BP numbers.

And that’s just the way Big Pharma likes it. 

The pharmaceutical companies want you taking as many meds as possible, regardless of whether or not those drugs are doing you harm.

Rather than take you off BP meds and the drugs that are giving you high blood pressure, to begin with… they’d rather have your docs put you on MORE meds!

And not just any meds… the worst of the worst: STATINS.

Here’s the pitch… 

Cholesterol deposits narrow your arteries which makes your heart work harder which increases your blood pressure.

So, if you take cholesterol-lowering statins, you’ll be in the clear, right?

WRONG.

Statins are one of the most dangerous and over-prescribed meds on the market. 

In fact, studies have proven that statins don’t add even a single day to your life.

They’re totally and utterly useless. 

The secret to lowering your blood pressure isn’t taking MORE drugs… it’s taking FEWER drugs.

If you or a loved one has been bullied down this road, it’s time to have an honest discussion with your doctor. Or get a second opinion.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health