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Did You Know Blood Pressure Can Affect Your Brain Health?
It is normal for your brain to change as you get older. Having healthy blood pressure can lower your risk for memory loss and confusion. Follow your healthcare provider's guidance to manage your blood pressure.
- Monitor your blood pressure.
- Do not use tobacco products.
- Practice good sleep habits.
- Be physically active.
- Eat healthy meals.
- Maintain a healthy weight.
- Limit alcoholic beverages.
- Manage stress.
- Take medications as prescribed.
For more information about blood pressure, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention High Blood Pressure website.
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