High blood pressure: Consistently high reading may cause cognitive decline – signs to spot

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High blood pressure: Consistently high reading may cause cognitive decline – signs to spot

It continued: “The blood flow that keeps the brain healthy can, if reduced or blocked, harm this essential organ. Uncontrolled high blood pressure

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It continued: “The blood flow that keeps the brain healthy can, if reduced or blocked, harm this essential organ. Uncontrolled high blood pressure plays a part in this damage.

“Over time, the force of blood pushing against arteries may cause blood vessels to become scarred, narrowed, and diseased.

“This damage can hamper blood flow to many parts of the body, including the brain.”



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