Background

Did you know that about half of all adults in this country have blood pressure that is too high, but not high enough to be treated with medication?

This is called “pre-hypertension.”

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Most doctors recommend treating pre-hypertension with lifestyle changes like improving diet, exercising and losing weight. However, some scientists believe that reducing your stress may also lower blood pressure while helping you make these important lifestyle changes. If your blood pressure is slightly elevated and you are interested in learning more about how to better manage stress, you may be eligible for a stress management program at no cost through participating in the Serenity Study.

To find out if you’re eligible to participate:

Cleveland, OH area

Philadelphia, PA area