Hypertension Cuts Blood Flow to Brain

Many studies have shown that the higher a person?s blood pressure, the more likely it is that damage to the brain will occur. High blood pressure remains the number-one cause of strokes, which lead to a sudden loss of brain tissue from an acute stoppage of blood and nutrients to a part of the brain.

Strokes can cause an acute decrease in intellectual function or personality. They can ...

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