Lower Blood Pressure Using Fighter Pilot Technology
Grandma Barton Reports from the Cockpit!
I’d like to tell you a quick story about how I (Grandma Barton) recently lowered my blood pressure using a hand-held “video game” type device, which was developed based on some curious results reported from fighter pilots, and favorably reported on in the Harvard Heart Letter for reducing hypertension.
Now, I hate flying.
I haven’t flown in an airplane for over 15 years… It would’ve been 40 years if I hadn’t flown to Mexico to receive some alternative health care for my fight against breast cancer (which I beat!! Yeah!)
Anyway, for the past few years, I had high blood pressure. My doctor had me on blood pressure medications, but even then my blood pressure was usually around 150/90.
Don’t Play a Game with Your Health
Recently, Joe Barton (my son) was given a gift from a friend of his who works with a company called Zona Health. They make a product called the Zona Plus, which is a hypertension relief “game-like” device created with fighter pilot technology.
He gave this to me, and asked me to use it for a month to test lowering my blood pressure and relieve the effects of hypertension.
To remind myself to use the Zona, I printed out a picture of my 8-year old grandson making a goofy face, taped it next to my computer, and wrote in big letters, “Do the Zona today?”