The Insight 46 study has indicated that changes in blood pressure in people as young as 36 may be linked to poorer brain health later in life.
In order to slow the accumulation of white matter lesions, researchers reveal that it is more effective to intensively control a person’s blood pressure compared to the standard care of high blood pressure.
Nilvadipine has been demonstrated to increase blood flow to the hippocampus among people with Alzheimer’s disease, according to a recent study.
Researchers have provided evidence indicating that patients with hypertension suffer from more severe Parkinson’s disease than those with normal blood pressure.
Research demonstrates that the onset of hypertension in later life is associated with a reduced risk of dementia after 90 years of age.
A statement from the American Heart Association (Dallas, TX, USA) suggests that high blood pressure in middle age could lead to impaired cognition and may act as a risk factor for Alzheimer’s.
This review explores gender differences in the prevalence of hypertension, hyperlipidemia and stroke prevention effectiveness.