Scientists Pointed 9 Most Dangerous Alzheimer’s Risk Factors!

Alzheimer's Risk Factors


American scientists from the University of California identified the 9 Alzheimer’s risk factors.

These Alzheimer`s risk factors have a connection with two-thirds of cases of Alzheimer’s disease in the world.

Alzheimer`s disease can also occur at people in the forties.

Usually, the symptoms of this disease are poor management with money, inability to recognize a familiar environment and forgetting some important things.

Those are symptoms that occur according to neurologist Richard B Lipton.

Normally Alzheimer`s disease have people with age of 65 and more.

However, the cause of this disease is usually genetic.

You can help yourself and reduce the development of the Alzheimer`s disease with:

– Involve Mediterranean diet in your life

– Have the exercises

– Care more about your heart

– Control and have healthy weight

– Try to solve different games, tasks and puzzles

Eliminate the Alzheimer’s risk factors

These are the most important Alzheimer’s risk factors:

– Obesity – especially in middle age

– The poor state of the carotid arteries that supply the brain

– High blood pressure


– Fragility of the body

– Poor education

– Increased the presence of a natural amino acid – homocysteine

– Smoking

– Diabetes type 2

The new findings for Alzheimer’s risk factors are based on analysis of data collected for the purposes of 323 studies.

These studies are conducted between 1968 and 2014.

In the studies were involved more than 5,000 patients.

So, it turned out that the consumption of coffee, intake of vitamins B, vitamin C, and vitamin E, the use of statin (drug aimed at lowering cholesterol levels in the blood), drugs for blood pressure and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have a connection with lower risk for Alzheimer’s disease.

Also, a lower risk for this disease has people who consume alcohol moderately and in people that experience stress.

And finally, all those factors can lead to one more unwanted condition – Dementia.



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