A disease that continues in countless studies around the world is Alzheimer’s disease. The pathology usually affects the elderly and causes damage to the central nervous system. A person with Alzheimer’s disease has poor memory, cognitive difficulties, loss of motor coordination, and may become disabled.
Promoted by Paris Brain Institute Patients with a history of the disease were analyzed and 10 common factors were listed. These characteristics have been linked to potential risk factors for the future development of Alzheimer’s disease.
The discovery could shed light at the end of the tunnel
Although it does not solve the problems of those living with disorders of the pathology, the research shows signs that need to be taken into account. This can greatly help prevent Alzheimer’s disease in people who have not shown any signs of the disease. In addition, the data guides potential pathways for further research to point to other outcomes.
It is worth noting that 55 million people around the world suffer from some form of dementia. Of these, between 60 and 70% have already been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Data from the World Health Organization (WHO).
The study analyzed nearly 30,000 Alzheimer’s disease patients
To access the risk factors listed below, researchers analyzed nearly 30,000 patients. All were European residents of France and the United Kingdom who had already been diagnosed with the disease. The data collected refer to the period from 1996 to 2020.
A total of 123 healthy conditions were examined, 10 of which were associated with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Some are known symptoms of situations that can lead to dementia, while others have come as a surprise.
Discover the risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease
- the fall;
- abnormal weight loss
- A type of arthritis called cervical spondylosis.
- Reaction to severe stress.
- hearing loss;
- Sleep disorders.
Generally, patients develop a mental problem between 2 to 10 years if they are exposed to the above conditions.
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