Take a deep breath -- and watch your blood pressure fall

According to research, taking a slow, deep breath and exhaling slowly, and taking fewer than 10 breaths a minute for a few minutes per day can help lower some people's blood pressure. To test the theory, a doctor is using a special gadget that trains volunteers how to breathe slowly.

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