What Is Cerebral Vascular Insufficiency?


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Cerebral vascular insufficiency is defined as a condition during which there is an insufficient blood flow to the brain. The most common cause of the occurrence of cerebral vascular insufficiency is due to arteriosclerosis that is responsible for a decrease rate of blood flow through artery.

The common symptoms of cerebral vascular insufficiency may include unclear vision, depression, dizziness, headache, lack of attention, short term memory loss, tinnitus sensation, confusion, etc.

The primary treatment methodology suggested for cerebral vascular insufficiency is the administration of EDTA (ethylene-diamine-tetra-acetic acid) either in intravenous form or oral form. An essential natural medicine, the extract of aortic glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), is found beneficial in improving blood flow as well as alleviating the symptoms associated with cerebral vascular insufficiency. Ginkgo biloba extract is found to be effective in lessening various major symptoms of cerebral vascular insufficiency such as dizziness, short term memory loss, lack of attention, tinnitus sensation, and depression.

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