Publisher description for High blood pressure : practical, medical, and spiritual guidelines for daily living with hypertension / Mark Jenkins ; foreword by Robert E. Larsen.

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A handy guide for living with high blood pressure, this book gives hypertensives the tools they need to manage their disease. Written in clear, nontechnical terms, it makes the latest medical information on hypertension accessible to those who need it, along with cutting-edge information on behavior modification, diet, exercise, and medication.
An authoritative, upbeat, solution-oriented guide, High Blood Pressure pays heed to the mind-body connection; it describes how a spiritual program rooted in the Twelve Steps can help individuals deal more effectively with the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual challenges presented by hypertension. Along with the effects of medication, environment, diet, and exercise, this book covers alternative/complementary treatments, pregnancy-related hypertension, and hypertension in children.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Hypertension -- Popular works.
Hypertension -- Psychosomatic aspects.
Twelve-step programs.
Adjustment (Psychology)