High Blood Pressure Could Increase Risk Of Dementia

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Two new studies link higher blood pressure in middle-aged people to a greater risk of neurological damage. This includes people with higher blood pressure that’s below guidelines for hypertension. Those with higher blood pressure have an increased risk for dementia, according to researchers. Researchers were able to show neurological damage due to higher blood pressure in MRI scans, reports UPI. The problem is that dementia diagnoses usually occur only after symptoms are quite evident.

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