What is Blood Pressure?
High blood pressure is also known as hypertension.
Blood pressure is the amount of force exerted against
the walls of the arteries as blood flows through
them - if a person has high blood pressure it means
that the walls of the arteries are receiving too
much pressure repeatedly - the pressure needs to
be chronically elevated for a diagnosis of hypertension
to be confirmed.
The heart is a muscle that pumps blood around the
body constantly - during every second of our lives.
Blood that has low oxygen levels is pumped towards
the lungs, where oxygen supplies are replenished.
The oxygen rich blood is then pumped by the heart
around the body to supply our muscles and cells.
The pumping of blood creates pressure-blood pressure.
PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN BY SWAMI HARDAS FOUNDATION
FOR BLOOD PRESSURE PATIENTS
Limitations of Existing Treatment Pattern of
It is seen that:-
a) The only option available is to take medicines
lifelong along with life style changes.
b) This may be expensive for a large population
of the country.
c) Taking medicines over a long period of time
also has its side effects.
Need for appropriate study on Blood Pressure:-
There is a need of appropriate, simple and
cost effective technology which would be
helpful in controlling blood pressure.
Projects undertaken by Swami Hardas Foundation
for blood pressure patients
Identification of problem:
1) The present available methods to tackle
high blood pressure necessitates intake of
medicines for a long time.
2) This may be expensive for a large population
of the country.
3) Taking medicines over a long period of
time also has its side effects
of the present trial studies:-
The aim of this study paper is to conclude:-
blood pressure can be controlled by the application
of Swami Siddha technology of Swami Hardas
Life System (referred herein after as “The
If it is found that The System is effective
in controlling blood pressure, then :
cost involved in implementing the same
ii) whether any chemicals, equipment etc. are
iii) the time taken for increase in hemoglobin
iv) the level of expertise and education required
for the effected persons to implement the system.
v) the infrastructure that is required and
the cost thereof
Implementation of the project:-
In view of the above a large number of projects
were undertaken over the last many years,
mainly in collaboration with the Department
of AYUSH, Government of Karnataka and Andhra
Pradesh and also with the aid of private
Many villages in the states of Karnataka,
Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, India were
taken up for the implementation of the
project in a joint venture with the Department
of AYUSH of these states. The villagers
were taught the methods of applying SHLS,
free of cost, by the volunteers of SHLS
Services Division .The blood pressure level
prior to the application of SHLS were taken
by the technicians of AYUSH or by private
lab technicians. The SHLS procedures were
applied by the villagers themselves for
three hours daily for 2-3 days. After the
application, the level of blood pressure
was again verified by the technicians of
Results and conclusions:-
From the outcome of all the projects,
the following can be concluded: