Mild cognitive impairment gets worse faster
with uncontrolled blood pressure. I’m Erin White and THIS is a dailyRx Minute.
High blood pressure can be controlled with medicine, but often goes unnoticed. For those
with mild cognitive impairment, high blood pressure means losing mental skills faster
than those who have controlled blood pressure. This includes trouble with certain tasks like
manipulating numbers and naming objects. Ask your doctor how to better control your blood
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