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Ah thanks, So by this same logic im guessing that a high salt content within Blood, would result in a high viscosity in the blood and so i wonder if this results in lower blood pressure?
Hmmm. I see what you're saying but I think it results in higher blood pressure. Viscosity measures resistance to flow, so your heart has to work harder to pump the blood the same distance. That's higher BP, right?
Actually i just checked google, your right, Salt actually raises the resistance to flow, i kinda thought perhaps the salt help to slow the bloods speed and therefore pressure but it seems it doesnt work that way
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