Is The Blood Pressure Program by ‘Christian Goodman’ worth your money or not? In my opinion, I think it is a scam designed to give you false hope, and you should stay away from it. Why do I say this? Read this review to find out.
Created in 2008, this program claims to ‘quickly and permanently heal your blood pressure’ to ‘below 120/80’ in ‘less than a week.’ Goodman further doubles down by claiming that High Blood Pressure Exercise Program is ‘by far the simplest, easiest, and most effective method to permanently normalize your blood pressure without suffering the side effects of prescription medications.’
Now take note of this claim above because it is the main reason why I call this program a scam. For now, let’s briefly look at how this program works.
How The Blood Pressure Program Works
According to Goodman, The Blood Pressure Program is a series of three exercises that you are supposed to do a few minutes a day. Let’s quickly look at these exercises:
Exercise 1: This exercise is supposedly designed to ‘train your body and mind to keep your blood pressure down, even in the most stressfully active situations throughout the day.’
Exercise 2: This one is designed to ‘release all the emotions that are suppressed throughout the day due to our social requirements, without any drama.’ In other words, this exercise will supposedly relieve your stress, which of course, is one of the reasons why a lot of people have high blood pressure.
Exercise 3: This exercise is supposedly designed to ‘soothe your body and mind shortly before a good night’s sleep.’ Goodman claims that this exercise is capable of curing insomnia or other sleep disorders typically treated with drugs.
These exercises, Goodman continues, have helped ‘88.7% of people who use it’ to lower their blood pressure ‘within a week.’ He also goes as far as to claim that his exercises will work for everyone irrespective of the cause of your increased blood pressure. Now, this claim is a very big problem we’ll discuss later in this review.
So let’s begin. Why is Natural High Blood Pressure Exercise Program a scam?
1. Christian Goodman is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
Christian Goodman calls himself a ‘well-known natural health researcher’ whose articles have been published in ‘several thousand websites and offline journals.’ Well, I did a Google search for articles written by Goodman on several websites and what did I find? You guessed it: NOTHING.
To make matters worse, there is no way of verifying the existence of Goodman. He has no photo on his website and no social media presence. Bottom line: It is impossible to find out who this author really is.
With that, we can’t verify that this author exists or is even qualified to give medical or physiotherapeutic advice to patients with high blood pressure. This means that should anything wrong happen as a result of using this program, there is no one to hold responsible. Red flag!
2. Unverifiable Testimonials on Website, Negative Testimonials From Third-Party Sources
All the testimonials on the Blood Pressure Program page are unverifiable, as there are no photos to confirm the identities of the testimonial names. But if you want to see real testimonials of this program, then simply go to the Amazon listing of the program. There you’ll see that 56% of reviewers gave it a 1-star rating, while only 22% gave it a 4-star.
3. Does NOT Permanently Reduce Your Blood Pressure Despite Claim
As we saw earlier, The Blood Pressure Program is a series of three exercises designed to make you relax, relieve stress and help you sleep. Yes, doing these exercises may help you relax and sleep better, which will reduce your blood pressure. But the problem is, you CAN’T stop doing the exercises because if you do, your BP will rise again. Now, why do I say this? Because in this life, you cannot escape stressful situations! Hence, Goodman’s claim that his program will ‘permanently’ reduce your blood pressure is false.
Restlessness, insomnia, and related sleep disorders are mostly caused by hormonal imbalance and activation of the sympathetic nervous system by stress factors. Meanwhile, hormonal imbalance is caused by a plethora of things (eating an unbalanced diet, drugs, genetic disorders, etc) and so you have to diagnose the exact cause of the hormonal imbalance before you can do anything to treat it. High Blood Pressure Program does none of these things. Instead, you are only given three non-specific exercises which may or may not work for you.
Again, high blood pressure is caused by not just stress or insomnia. It is also caused by organic anomalies like liver diseases, kidney diseases, atherosclerosis, heart problems, arteriovenous malformations, etc. By claiming that the Natural High Blood Pressure Program will permanently reduce your blood pressure regardless of the cause, Goodman is implying that his program will also cure your liver disease, kidney disease, atherosclerosis…
Now, do you see the absurdity?
Clickbank is the retailer of this program. If you’ve made the mistake of buying it, I strongly suggest you go directly to Clickbank for your refund.
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