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Blood pressure by Dr Rob Hicks, Infinite Ideas

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16. Remove the remote, mobilise the mobile

Where’s the remote? The cry heard from living rooms everywhere. Don’t get frustrated though, because getting off your backside is good for you and your blood pressure.

So the remote is no longer by your side where it should be? This means your television viewing is going to be disturbed, and so is your position of relaxed tranquillity.

Yep, whether the remote is just out of reach or lost, you are going to have to lift yourself off the couch.

There’s scientific evidence to suggest that just by getting up from the couch to change channels or alter the volume on a regular basis, you can lower your blood pressure. Although it may not seem like much, you are increasing your activity levels by doing something ...

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