Source Pravda.Ru

Lift as remedy against high blood pressure

Do you know what is the best medicine against high-blood pressure? You would never guess. It is a lift. This new medical theory was unexpectedly proved by a pensioner from the city of Perm, suffering from this illness.

After having felt not well, the old woman called the emergency. The doctors came to the patient, examined her and proposed to go to hospital. The three of them, intending to descend from the 9th story and to go to hospital, entered the lift. Though, unfortunately or fortunately, the lift turned out to be out of order. The doctors and their patient spent several hours in the lift, before they were released from this electric trap: people next door heard their cries and called rescuers who did their already usual work.

Yet, the most curious thing in the story is that after the night adventure, the ill pensioner felt much better and resolutely refused from hospitalization.

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