Even slight increases in blood pressure can raise risk of dementia

The slightest increases in blood pressure can raise the risk of developing dementia by 45 percent, a study reveals. The higher risk was found in 50-year-olds with blood pressure higher than 130/80. Experts think raised pressure triggers mental decline by causing mini-strokes, as well as restricting blood supply to the brain. The results were published......

3 Published By - New York Post - News, Gossip, Entertainment, Sports & Opinion - 2018.06.13. 21:52
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