Lower Blood Pressures Boosts Brain Function For Elderly

Published March 18, 2019 418 Views

Rumble / Health & FitnessAccording to UPI, lower blood pressure can boost brain function for older adults.
A new study found that elderly people who took medicine to reduce their systolic blood pressure were also less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke.
The study included people with an average age of 81 who were diagnosed with hypertension.
Doctors closely monitored their blood pressure with monitors to keep track of their numbers around the clock.