I believe that there may be nothing worse in medicine today than how they treat high blood pressure.
The primary way they treat blood pressure is with pills.
And they overtreat blood pressure dramatically.
They prescribe pills to men who do not actually have hypertension.
The pills themselves cause a host of terrible side effects.
And they do not result in a longer life.
And meanwhile, they reduce your libido.
They cause ejaculation problems and often cause full-scale erectile dysfunction.
It just doesn’t seem worth it to deal with the side effects without lengthening life.
Imagine being able to lower your blood pressure naturally.
Imagine being able to restore your body’s normal blood pressure functioning.
Imagine a blood pressure treatment that you can do it without any medications of any kind.
And imagine that the same fix also lets you dump all your other pills.
You’re able to be perfectly healthy except that your metabolism is better than it’s been in decades.
That’s what today’s newsletter is going to show you.
So are there other ways of eliminating blood pressure problems?
Yes, there are.
Fixing thyroid gland problem can cure blood pressure.
And perhaps the most important part is to treat the cause of high blood pressure — which is frequently low thyroid.
As men age, their metabolism slows down, and their thyroid becomes sluggish.
We can discuss the reasons this happens in another newsletter.
But for now, just realize that it is the norm, and it happens to most men.
So most men do not have a healthy thyroid as they age.
The problem is that modern medicine treats thyroid almost as poorly as it treats high blood pressure.
Doctors only prescribe T4 thyroid, which is inactive.
The T4 hormone must be converted into T3 to be active.
So doctors should be prescribing both T4 and T3.
And yet, most people who need thyroid also have a sluggish and fatty liver (at least 40% of men have a fatty liver).
So the liver does not convert the T4 into T3.
With the sluggish liver, even though the patient is receiving T4 thyroid, they are still low in thyroid.
Also, today’s medical geniuses do not consider someone as low thyroid if their blood test comes back with a TSH level of under 3.5 or so.
However, long-term studies have shown that TSH levels should be around zero, and 3.5 is quite high.
The result is that today’s medical personnel do not treat low thyroid nearly enough, and do not treat it properly.
So what does that have to do with high blood pressure?
So in this study, researchers treated men with high blood pressure and sluggish thyroids.
They gave them thyroid.
They only gave the men T4 and did not treat with T3 at all.
This may account for the lack of complete 100% success.
But half of the people involved were able to normalize their blood pressure completely.
And they did it by only taking thyroid.
The did not by take any blood pressure medication at all.
Hypertension is completely reversible in 50% of patients by hormone replacement therapy.
The authors found that the aorta became stiff in every case of high blood pressure.
In 50% of those cases, treating with some thyroid hormone was enough to make the aorta less stiff.
It even became normal in many cases.
Remember, they were only using T4 to treat these patients.
But in the other 50% of these patients, their aorta was still stiff even after the T4.
It makes me wonder what would have happened if they had given T3 and T4.
They might have found that high blood pressure could be resolved in every case.
So what should you do now?
It’s very difficult, but I suggest that you try to find a doctor who treats thyroid the way it should be treated.
And you very well may be able to have normal blood pressure, simply by restoring your thyroid function.
Thyroid medication can be inexpensive and super effective.
It has great effects because it restores your metabolism.
It helps roll back the clock and can bring back a lot of function.
And this is in addition to lowering blood pressure.
People who are taking thyroid medication often drop all their other medications because they do not need them any longer.
But this is easier said than done.
As I said, today’s medical geniuses do not know how to treat thyroid properly.
That’s why they’re missing the link between high blood pressure and low thyroid function.
But now you know.