Blood Pressure and Aging Looks

In a 2012 study, women who had the lowest risk of cardiovascular disease were found to look more than two years younger than those in the higher risk groups. The common link is blood pressure: When it’s high, it can contribute to sagging, a major sign of aging. Lower blood pressure also reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke, so it’s beyond a win-win.

READ MORE: Cardiovascular Health and Looking Younger

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