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reduced blood supply to the head

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  • Posted By: mslatf
  • June 25, 2010
  • 05:34 PM

Can reduced blood supply to the head subtly affect ones thinking and psychological feelings?
What are the effects of a small reduction in blood supply to the head? (by small i mean excluding the large effects such as lightheaded and dizziness etc) Can it affect my ability of thinking without me actually noticing and without endangering me in any way? The reason im asking this is because i recently came to find out that the reason of my chronic tension headaches is my poor posture and the constriction of blood to the head in the neck etc. And i was thinking that this reduces blood supply might be causing my strange things I have been feeling: these include:
lack of concentration, not being able to follow my trail of thought, not feeling the ability to think about myself and face myself, like im awake but IM not there. This has affected me a lot. Thanks.

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