Alzheimer’s gave its first sign years ago! This change you see in the toilet… – Gallery

Roza Gallery Roza Health Alzheimer’s gave its first sign years ago! This change you see in the toilet… According to the data of the World Health Organization, there are approximately 55 million dementia patients all over the world, and this number is expected to increase to 78 million in 2030 and 139 million in 2050. … Read more

Housework can reduce dementia risk

Performing certain physical and mentally stimulating activities may be protective against dementia, new research suggests. In a large prospective cohort study, individuals who regularly engaged in strenuous exercise had a 35% lower risk of dementia, those who regularly did housework had a 21% lower risk, and those who reported seeing friends and family daily had … Read more

Physical activity reduces the risk of dementia. But an extra family visit also works wonders

Dementia claims so many victims that scientists around the world are diligently looking for factors that can prevent the disease. Chinese researchers are now pointing again to the beneficial effects of physical activity in particular. But there’s more. Not only does physical exercise reduce the risk of dementia, but doing household chores and visiting family … Read more

Research links ultra-processed foods to dementia

People who frequently eat large amounts of ultra-processed foods are more at risk of developing dementia later in life. This is the conclusion of a survey of 70,000 Britons. Consumption of ultra-processed foods such as chips, cookies, prepared meats, factory bread, ice cream, ready-made sauces or soft drinks does not directly lead to dementia, but … Read more

Blood-brain barrier disrupted in hereditary frontotemporal dementia

Something goes wrong with the blood-brain barrier of patients with a certain hereditary form of frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Researchers from the UMCG and Erasmus MC discovered this, who published their study in the scientific journal Nature Neuroscience. Progranuline-gen Patients with frontotemporal dementia develop symptoms of dementia at a relatively early age. The hereditary form of … Read more

Ronny Waterschoot from ‘Family’ for the first time grandfather after dementia diagnosis: “But acting, that is no longer possible” | POPULAR IN HLN+ SHOWBIZZ

BVFormer ‘Family’ actor Ronny Waterschoot Ronny Waterschoot (76) can’t believe his luck. He just became a grandfather for the first time, a bright spot after the dark months in which he was diagnosed with a severe form of dementia. In ‘Day All’, he and his wife Mieke and son Remke talk about the new family … Read more

“Alzheimer’s dementia surges after age 69 … Diabetes has a big impact”

According to an analysis, the incidence of Alzheimer’s dementia in Korea increases rapidly after the age of 69. A research team led by Professors Hanna Jo and Han-Kyul Kim of the Department of Neurology, Gangnam Severance Hospital, Yonsei University College of Medicine, analyzed the current status of Alzheimer’s dementia among the Korean population aged 40 … Read more

Whether you’re 18 or 80, lifestyle may be more important than age in determining dementia risk, study finds

According to a new study from Baycrest, people without risk factors for dementia, such as smoking, diabetes or hearing loss, have similar brain health to people 10 to 20 years younger than them. The study found that a single risk factor for dementia could reduce cognition by the equivalent of up to three years of … Read more