🌡 Memory Loss Linked To High Blood Pressure – New Harvard Study – by Dr Sam Robbins

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🌡 Memory Loss Linked To High Blood Pressure – New Harvard Study
About 3-4 years ago, my dad’s memory was getting really bad and he was complaining about it often. It’s odd because my dad has really good memory – unlike me.
Now, the last time he complained about being forgetful, was when he was taking statin cholesterol lowering drugs back in 1998. So that was a long time ago.
And that’s when I got him off the drugs and got him and my mom on a natural cholesterol lowering vitamin called, CholesLo. The great news is that his memory went back to normal again and both my parent’s cholesterol has stayed in a healthy range the entire time.
Since then, he rarely complained about being forgetful or having memory problems…. And then it started again about 4 years ago.
At first he just blamed it on being “old”, since he’s in his mid 80’s.
But the problem was that he was all of a sudden complaining about being forgetful all the time. It came on fast, it wasn’t gradual.
We were actually worried that he might have Alzheimer’s, because his mom had it and thus, he has a genetic/family history of it.
I then asked him if he was on any new medications and he said “you know I don’t take anything unless I first ask you. However, my doctor did want me to take a blood pressure lowering drug a few months ago, but I refused and said I’ll fix it naturally like I did my cholesterol”
Then I thought I WAS having memory problems because I don’t remember any of this… and then I asked my dad if he had ever told me about this?
He said “no, I didn’t want to bother you. This is just a part of aging son.”

I then told him “dad, you’re never bothering me and for something like this, you HAVE to tell me immediately when it happens”
And dad was right … Memory problems are a part of aging,… and so is having high blood pressure. In fact, aging is one of the primary factors of hypertension.

Anyway, I proceeded to tell my dad how high blood pressure is of course a major cause of a heart attack or stroke, something he was already worried about.

But what most people don’t know, including doctors … is that hypertension is ALSO linked to memory loss and being forgetful. In fact, having high blood pressure midlife, starting around the age of 35 – is linked to “memory decline and lowered thinking skills” later in life, in your 60’s and beyond.

And this was reported in JAMA Neurology1, based on a clinical study of nearly 13,500 men and women between the age of 45-65, for more than 20 years.

So, it’s a very accurate and well documented study.

Sadly, taking blood pressure lowering drugs have their own set of side-effects, some them ironically being “memory loss”.

So now the problem is, if high blood pressure is part of aging, and it’s also a major cause of memory problems…. AND blood pressure lowering drugs have side-effects, ONE of them also being “memory loss”, then what’s the solution?

Well, as with everything – nature already has the solutions.

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