METRO MANILA, Philippines - Nov. 9, 2017 - PRLog -- A new hypertension-treatment product is about to be offered to people, suffering from this common, but dangerous condition. As a beginning, Hypertonium will be launched in several Asian countries.
About the product:
Hypertonium contributes to reducing high blood pressure to the level, appropriate for patient's age, without damaging his health. It keeps the flexibility of the veins, thus reducing the risk of stroke and heart attack. Hyertonium also supports the cardiovascular system and strengthens the wall of the blood vessels. Main product compounds include Shiitake Mushroom Extract (Lentinula edodes), Allium ursinum L. Extract, Eqiiisetum arvense L. Extract, Valeriana officinalis R. Extract, Lemon Balm Extract (Melissa officinalis L.). Most of these herbs are known and widely used in treating different conditions, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, bladder stones, anxiety, depression and stress. Hypertonium is manufactured in liquid form, packed in 50 ml bottles. According the prescription, the right dosage is 10 drops in 50 ml of water, twice a day.
About the condition:
Hypertension is a common condition expressed with a blood pressure of 140/90 and above. The condition affects approximately 75 million adults in the United States. According to a study of hypertension in China, involving 1.7 million people, more than one in three adults aged 35 - 75 years have high blood pressure, but only about one in 20 people have the condition under control. Young adults had lower hypertension awareness (74.7%) than middle-aged adults (81.9%) and older adults (88.4%), respectively lower treatment and control.
Hypertension is dangerous condition because it can lead to stroke, heart attack, heart failure, or kidney disease. That's why it should be treated in any case under medical supervision.
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New Hope For Hypertensive Patients Thanks To Hypertonium
November 09, 2017 at 13:29 PM EST