Resperate Blood Pressure Device To Reduce Hypertension Without Medication

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Name: RESPeRATE Ultra – Blood Pressure Lowering Device For Non-Drug Hypertension Reduction
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Price: $314.95

Owners: Resperate

Overall Rank: 85 out of 100

RESPeRATE Blood Pressure Lowering Devices, Product Overview

RESPeRATE is the only non-medication therapy that has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of high blood pressure and the reduction of stress. This device helps to lower high blood pressure within a few weeks with only a few fifteen-minute sessions per week.

RESPeRATE has been clinically proven in ten different clinical trials to lower blood pressure. It is recommended by doctors and has been approved for reimbursement by FSA and HSA plans.

The RESPeRATE device is a one time investment that enables you to get the desired results of lowered blood pressure without medication and side effects. There is no medical prescription requires.


The Good & the Bad

The Good:

PRO #1: This helps you to naturally retrain your breathing and reduce your stress.

PRO #2: There is a sensor that detects when you breathe and automatically adjusts the goals for you.

PRO #3: The music that is played is very calming. The tones let you know when to breathe.

PRO #4: It is simple and easy to monitor your progress as you use this device. You can chart your numbers and see if it is working for you. All you need to do is simply jot them down after you complete each session. You should see a decline in your numbers over time.

PRO #5: The set-up is very simple. You can be using the device and getting results the day you get it.[easyazon_image align=”right” cart=”n” height=”428″ identifier=”B0022NI1NG” locale=”US” src=”” tag=”mcurle08-20″ width=”500″]

PRO #6: It does come with a 60 day money-back guarantee. You can test it out and see if it works for you or not. However, make sure that you read the fine print. Some reviewers said they missed the deadline and didn’t get their money back.

The Bad:

CON #1: The price is outrageous! I didn’t realize that a sensor and computerized program would cost so much! You may be able to find free meditation music online and teach yourself to slow down your breathing free.

CON #2: This is not programmed for super slow breathing, such as Buteyko breathing. The insert does tell you not to use this device for Buteyko Breathing exercises. I found that it actually helped me with my Buteyko breathing exercises.
Who is the RESPeRATE Breathing Device for?

This is a product for people who have hypertension and want to naturally reduce their hypertension. The majority of its users are senior citizens who have been diagnosed with hypertension, or who are at risk for a heart attack.

This device can be used by anyone who has stress and high blood pressure. It is an excellent way to retrain your breathing to be calmer and slower. I found the tones that were played very soothing. The twenty-minute sessions fit perfectly into my day. I

RESPeRATE Tools & Training

This product came with a manual that explained very well how to use the device. Once you set up the device and put the earpieces into your ears, you will be instructed how to position the sensor and how to breathe through audio commands.

I found this device very easy to set up and use. I was able to get going with it within ten minutes. I had a session completed the day I took it out of the package. It was simple!

Resperate Support

RESPeRATE can be contacted via phone. In the United States, their number is 1-800-220-1925. Their call center is open from Monday through Friday from 9am – 8pm EST. Sunday the hours are 9am-5pm.



Initially, I felt like $300 was an outrageous price. You can buy other blood pressure monitors for $30. However, as I examined the functions, I realized that this did something different from just monitor the blood pressure. It retrained your breathing to be slower. This can help with many aspects of life and will have a profound effect on your health. The theory is similar to the Buteyko Breathing Method. You can learn Buteyko breathing retraining from a practitioner, but it will cost you more than $300. The health gains that you will make using the device consistently are definitely worth $300.

This is a one time purchase. There are no upsells.

My Final Opinion of RESPeRATE
I actually really enjoyed using this product. I was already a big believer in slowing down your breathing through Buteyko Breathing exercises. It was very cool to use this device and see the blood pressure and breathing monitoring as I did the exercises. This is a great meditation and relaxation device as well. It plays calming tones as you are focusing on your breathing.

RESPeRATE blood pressure device at a Glance…




Price: $314.95

Overall Scam Rank: 85 out of 100

VERDICT: LEGIT! This product really works! While I don’t think it is the most cost effective method of controlling your breathing and reducing hypertension, it definitely works. Sometimes spending money on a device like this ensures that you will invest time in using it.

I did mark this product down for the cost. I just don’t think it needs to cost this much. However, it has been approved by the FDA, which is a step that may have cost the company money.

5 thoughts on “Resperate Blood Pressure Device To Reduce Hypertension Without Medication”

  1. I see your point Melinda about the cost being high but I think the benefits outweigh this? Is there any other comparable product in the market right now or is this the only high quality product out there? thanks!

    1. I haven’t found one that does the same thing, which means it tracks the heart rate and adjusts the breathing goals. However, you can listen to meditative audios and time your breathing. It would require more attention on your part, but could save you $315.

  2. I really enjoyed reading this post. I had no idea such a thing was available.
    The cost is a little up there, however, not compared to the money you would save from not having to buy blood pressure medications. I’m all about natural remedies or methods as opposed to synthetic medications.
    Great post.

  3. My cousin passed away from a hypertension/heart attack last year. I was not aware of how blood pressure correlates to hypertension, but it is nice to know there are devices out there to help. I have older members in my family I really care for and I would try to remain vigilant with there health and invest into something like this if it helps reduce blood pressure.

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