Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

Dementia – the best exercises to reduce Alzheimer’s symptoms revealed

Dementia affects about 850,000 people in the UK, according to the NHS. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia in the country. People are more likely to develop dementia if they don’t exercise, as it can cause problems with memory or thinking, it said. Keeping active could also help dementia patients to remain alert and stimulated…. Daily Express ...

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High blood pressure linked to strokes and Alzheimer’s

Researchers also found that the number of brain lesions did not change even if participants used high blood pressure drugs. They analysed 1,288 older people and found that participants whose blood pressure was 10 per cent higher than average were 46 per cent more likely to have brain lesions. The pensioners with higher blood pressure were also found to have ...

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How a little wine, sleep and exercise fights Alzheimer’s

However, they were also keen to point out that a “medium” or “large” amount of alcohol per day had the reverse affect. Previous studies have shown Alzheimer’s disease is associated with the toxic build-up of proteins in the brain, which cause neuron cells to die. Studies now focus on the link between the brain’s capacity for “self-cleaning”, known as the ...

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Dementia warning: Yellow spots in eye could be early symptom of Alzheimer’s disease

Dementia types include vascular dementia, and dementia with lewy bodies, although Alzheimer’s disease is the most common. Signs and symptoms of dementia can include memory loss, being unable to follow conversations or getting lost in familiar places. Early warning signs of dementia include asking the same question repeatedly and getting up in the night. Now, research has … Daily Express ...

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Dementia symptoms – five ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms linked to an ongoing decline of brain function, according to the NHS. The condition affects the way patients speak, think, feel and behave. Symptoms of dementia can include memory loss, confusion, difficulty following a conversation and mood changes. But, you could lower your risk of de… Daily Express :: Health ...

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