Why the blood pressure increases when electrolyte concentation increases in it ?

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Artery walls act as a semipermeable membrane which allows electrolytes such as sodium chloride to enter the bloodstream. This cause change in salinity of blood, it is dissolved in the blood as Na+ and Clions. Due to this, the water content is decreased, electrolyte content is increased and blood osmotic pressure will increase. The excess of the electrolyte is removed by the kidneys while water retention takes place in the blood and pressure increases inside blood vessels walls.  

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