Heart Health and Memory Decline

The body is a single entity that interacts in fascinating ways. When it comes to your brain and heart, one's health has a direct impact on the others which means that poor heart health can lead to memory loss. The blood supply to all portions of the body, including the brain, is decreased by fatty plaque and inflexible arteries. Small blood vessels in the brain are more easily clogged, raising the risk of stroke and other complications. Large areas of brain tissue die when a stroke occurs, and many stroke survivors develop dementia as a result.

  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure

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