Heart failure affects brain, research finds

02/1/2012 | Google

A small study in the European Heart Journal showed that heart failure adversely affects patients' mental processes and causes loss of gray matter in the brain. Patients with heart failure had worse short-term and long-term memory and reaction speeds than healthy people. They also had changes in some parts of their brain believed to be linked to memory, reasoning and planning.

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