Initial damage to the cerebral artery’s wall by triggers in the blood (excess of substances) increases the pressure in its surrounding tissue, resulting in formation of the focuses of micro-hypothermia.
This micro area becomes a new trigger point, and leads to capillary expansion, which in essence is just additional tissue. Thus, plaque builds up (known as atherosclerosis), which narrows the cerebral artery and reduces the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the brain. This leads to cerebral arteriosclerosis and Cerebrovascular diseases, headache, stroke, memory loss and other symptoms, i.e. to the chronic cerebral conditions.