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The rich invest in time, the poor invest in money” – said Warren Buffett, the most successful investor in the world.

James Clear is a renowned expert on habits and productivity. He recommends you focus on ‘Time Assets’. Time Assets are actions or choices you make today that will save you time in the future.

In contrast, there are ‘Time Debts’. These are the actions or choices you make today that will cost you additional time in the future.

Your time is precious.

We understand you’re busy. We know how highly you value your time. For your career, your business, your life.

Right about now, you’re probably thinking about how you can fit more into your day.

How to be time rich!

The trick is to use your time a little differently. 

  1. Focus on Time Assets – Make choices that will free up lots of time for you in the future.
  2. Focus on Performance Assets – Make choices that will improve performance so that you can use your time to the fullest.

AND FINALLY, choose techniques that take the least amount of effort but yield the biggest gains for you. 

How hypertension is a time thief

One of the most serious time thieves is high blood pressure. Hypertension is now one of the leading risk factors for premature death. Scary huh?

On average, you’re expected to live until your 80’s. But hypertension can slice years or a decade off your life

How hypertension is a performance thief

Hypertension has been proven to reduce:

  1. Cognitive performance
  2. Physical performance
  3. Sexual Performance

This means that High Blood Pressure will affect your work, home and play life.

Change your blood pressure without disrupting your lifestyle

The majority of hypertensive patients are asymptomatic. It means they don’t know they have blood pressure. Do you?

But even if you’re aware of your hypertension it can be difficult to find the right ways to cure yourself and too many people begin taking unnecessary drugs.

By now you’ve probably heard of the typical advice for high blood pressure control. A balanced and healthy diet that’s high in vegetables. Regular exercise. No smoking and as little alcohol as possible, etc.

For some this is easy, but for others this can be a challenge especially if you have a very busy lifestyle with lots of eating out and late hours working.

REMEMBER. The clever person chooses techniques that take the least amount of effort with the biggest gains.

The smart secret to reducing hypertension

What if we told you that spending half an hour every week lying down could radically reduce your blood pressure? That works out to be about 0.3% of your week.

What if we told you that this technique has been proven through clinical trials and is approved by the World Health Organisation?

Interested?

Acupuncture – the perfect time and performance asset

Acupuncture is the easiest and most time efficient way to gain time and improve performance.

Spending half an hour lying down with microfine needles inserted in powerfully therapeutic acupoints will reduce blood pressure and recharge your performance. Think of it as a super boosted power charge and deep body stress relief. All while you are lying down relaxing.

For over 40 years we have been used by the shrewdest high-powered clients. From Sportspeople to Businessmen, from Royalty to Politicians who want to improve performance and buy time.

Minimal effort, minimal time, maximum results

One session of acupuncture takes just 0.3% of your week’s time!

Acupuncture is zero effort. No fuss. But it can help you make massive gains of, literally, entire years. Just 30 minutes of relaxation on a bed. It’s the ultimate time-saver. 

You won’t even have to do anything. Just enjoy the (probably) rare moment to take a breather from your hectic schedule and relax.

Approved by world experts and clinical trials

According to the World Health Organisation, acupuncture is an effective treatment for essential hypertension. It has been proven through clinical trials (a few of them are listed below)*.

 

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW CHINESE MEDICINE CAN LOWER YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE & TREAT HYPERTENSION NATURALLY WITH ACUPUNCTURE

GAIN YEARS OF EXTRA TIME AND IMPROVE PERFORMANCE – LOWER YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE WITH JUST 30 MINUTES OF ACUPUNCTURE PER WEEK – BOOK YOUR SESSION NOW.

 

*CLINICAL TRIALS

Iurenev AP et al. [Use of various non-pharmacological methods in the treatment of patients in the early stages of arterial hypertension.] Terapevticheskii Arkhiv, 1988, 60(1):123-126 [in Russian].

Zhou RX et al. [The hypotensive effect of ear acupressure-an analysis of 274 cases.] China Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1990, 30(2):99-100 [in Chinese]

Yu P et al. Clinical study on auricular pressure treatment of primary hypertension. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, 1991, 2(1):37-40

Wu CX et al. Scalp acupuncture in treating hypertension in the elderly. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, 1997, 8(3):281-284.

Dan Y. [Assessment of acupuncture treatment of hypertension by ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.] Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine, 1998, 18(1):26-27 [in Chinese]

Chen NY et al. Observation on therapeutic effect of acupuncture in the treatment of German hypertension patients [Article in Chinese]. Zhen Ci Yan Jiu 2010a; 35: 462-6.

Chen J et al. Therapeutic effect on essential hypertension treated with combined therapy of acupuncture and medication [Article in Chinese]. Zhongguo Zhen Jiu 2010 b; 30: 896-8.

Yang DH. Effect of electroacupuncture on Quchi (LI 11) and Taichong (LR 3) on blood pressure variability in young patients with hypertension [Article in Chinese]. Zhongguo Zhen Jiu 2010; 30: 547-50.

Park JM et al. The acute effect of acupuncture on endothelial dysfunction in patients with hypertension: a pilot, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover trial. J Altern Complement Med 2010; 16: 883-8.

Zhang J et al. Effects of electrical stimulation of acupuncture points on blood pressure. J Chiropr Med. 2009 Mar; 8(1):9-14

Brinkhaus B. Acupuntura en pacientes con hipertensión arterial. Revista Internacional de Acupuntura 2008; 2: 39-40.