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Does high blood pressure help poor circulation?
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Dr. Irv Loh
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Not necessarily
High blood pressure can actually contribute to poor circulation as a powerful risk factor for peripheral vascular disease.
Once established, low blood pressure may exacerbate peripheral vascular disease, but as a rule, high BP is not a treatment.

In brief: Not necessarily
High blood pressure can actually contribute to poor circulation as a powerful risk factor for peripheral vascular disease.
Once established, low blood pressure may exacerbate peripheral vascular disease, but as a rule, high BP is not a treatment.
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