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You have a point there, but it probably does not play a big role. First one arm is not such a big branch, and then the carotids contain the main pressure "sensors", so the heart might just beat a bit weaker/slower. Resistance is higher, but demand is less. Compressions like that can happen all the time, through weight or muscle tension. If it is not both ...


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