an immediate challenge in overcoming the
limitations of the heart is understanding why
blood-pressure rises as we get older when
experience tells us that as we get older all the
other muscles in our body become weaker
from this observation it should be the case that the
blood pressure falls as we age because the muscle
itself is getting weaker and is less able to do the
the only bit of knowledge this website has that
explains why blood-pressure rises and doesn't fall
as we age is too much salt
this website is not going to do any research on the
it is hoped that common sense approach, not a
scientific inquiry into this problem, will produce
let's see if it does...
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