When your doctor examine you they want to check your blood pressure. Why is it so important?

Your Doctor advising you to take medicine and make changes in lifestyle changes isn’t enough to lower your High Blood Pressure.
For successfully controlling BP you have to follow specific Drug-Less Treatment, Diet and Lifestyle so as to avoid delay or reduce the need for medication.

Namaskar from Yogashray Sewayatan

This issue of the natural pathway newsletter explains you how to control high blood pressure through drug-less treatment. We guide to access health and happiness beneficial in Hypertension through ancient practices that tap into the healing power of nature.


  • High salt intake
  • Family History: People who have one or both parents with hypertension have high blood pressure incidence about twice as high as the general population.
  • A particular abnormality of the arteries, which results in an increased resistance (stiffness or lack of elasticity) in the tiny arteries (arterioles). This increased peripheral arteriolar stiffness develops in individuals who are also obese, do not exercise, have high salt intake, and are older.
Hypertension is a disease of modern age known to be a silent killer associated with physical and mental pressures contribute to stress which results in adrenaline in the blood stream.


 Mud Bath contains important minerals that can absorb toxins from human body in preventing many diseases. Mud Bath helps to improve the skin condition by increasing the circulation and energizing the skin tissues that can be applied to the patient in sitting or lying position stay in close connection with the nature to avoid stress and tension. The duration of mud bath may be 45 to 60 minutes.
LDM Meditation Technique
 Meditation is an excellent way to reduce high blood pressure. When we meditate, our stress levels fall significantly, and all systems within the body begin to normalize. The result is a reduction of high blood pressure. Meditation helps to have a positive attitude towards life, keeping your mind free of excessive stress, anxiety and relax for curbing blood pressure.

Yoga & Mudra Pranayam

Yoga and Mudra Pranayam therapies have been successfully used to check High BP and coronary artery disease. It not only reduces Serum Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Free Fatty Acids, Blood Glucose & Body Weight. Practise following Yogasana Sukshma Vyayam, Tadasana, Ardh Matsyendrasana, Bhujangasana, Dhanurasan, Uttan Padasana, Sethubandhasan, Gomukhasana. Mudra Pranayam affects on autonomic nervous system arbitrated through the neural system and central nervous system. Mudra Panayama improve the physical, mental and spiritual health. Mudra Pranayama are inexpensive, non pharmacological techniques without any side effects. Patient can do it easily at any stage of life, with training. Mudras have their origin from over thousands of years old Indian tradition of yoga.

 Eat for Healthy Living

  • Low sodium-high potassium diet. 
  • Reduce intake of salt, sugar, dairy products, refined foods, fried foods, junk foods, and caffeine, chocolates, refrigerated foods and drinks.
  • Eliminate food sensitivities. Use an elimination and challenge diet to determine food sensitivities.
  • Drink 50 percent of your body weight in ounces of water daily (e.g., if you weigh 150 lbs, drink 75 oz of water daily).

Lifestyle Tips

  • Go to bed early and wake up early.
  • Happiness at home.
  • Walk Daily
  • Sleep for minimum 7-8 hours at night.
  • Listen to soft music.
  • Drink warm water at room temperature especially during meal.
  • Be Physically active.

Patient’s Naturecure Experience

Ashutosh Sharma, 50 years old gentlemen, Financial Consultant from Bani Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan. He presented to us with Hypertension since 2002, 150/94 was on medicines, then gained knowledge about Yogashray Sewayatan Naturopathy & Yoga Meditation Center and took treatment for 15 days. Within few days without taking medicines there was a significant reduction in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure and he was more energetic.
Please write back to us on info@yogashraysewayatan.com for any feedback, queries.
Editorial Board :- Yogacharya Smt. Sunita Sharma, Dr. Nandini Bharadwaj, Dr. Trilok Sharma,  Naturocure & Yoga expert Poonam Sharma