risk of getting Alzheimer's disease

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  1. dinkan53 profile image74
    dinkan53posted 8 years ago

    Researchers say that you can lower your risk of getting Alzheimer's disease by making some simple changes in your life style. need suggestions?

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      Brenda Durhamposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Sure.
      But I dunno if anything really can be done.  It's a difficult disease with several different causes, from what I've read;  and it's one that hits almost half of the population over age 80, if the stats I found are correct.

    2. Marisa Wright profile image96
      Marisa Wrightposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Research suggests the following:

      Don't use aluminium kettles, teapots, pots or pans.  Aluminium gets into your system and has been implicated in alzheimers.

      Drink three to five cups of coffee a day. A study in 2009 showed that can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimers by 60 to 65%.

      Take exercise that requires you to coordinate thought and movement - e.g. dancing or dance aerobics.  Exercising the mind alone or the body alone haven't been shown to offer benefits - you need to do something that exercises both at the same time.

  2. pabodes profile image54
    pabodesposted 8 years ago

    Friends

    I would like to let you know what lead me to the E- Cigarette, Over 5 million Americans now have Alzheimer’s, and that Number is expected to grow to over 14 million by 2050  currently , 10 percent  Of Americans over the age 65 and nearly half of those 85 have the disease. (My mother lived 12 year with it) IT worried me a bit so I look at some of work

    Of the German psychiatrist who it name after, The research found can help us but no one seem

    To want us to know PLEASE LOOK IT UP YOURSELF NICOTINE & ALZHEIMER”S {Sadly, there seems to be Little coordinated effort to organize program to actually prevent  Alzheimer’s And other brain diseases}. DR. Alzheimer work with a form of vitamin B3 call Niacinamide .  But only recently has there been research finding that memory loss  of Alzheimer’s  can actually be restored Specifically, it’s been discovered that nicotinamide  ( another term for niacinamide, an alkaline form of NIACIN or vitamin  B3 ) can restore the memory loss cause by this dreadful disease 

    It is said Nicotine stimulate the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine,

    This is needed primarily to facilitate the transmission of nerve impulses   

    DR. David Williams  Montrose RD, Potomac MD 

    Has been my health guy for many year’s just published in his report (The only way to reverse Alzheimer's  )  He stated   cigarette smokers are 50% percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s than nonsmokers . Niacin, which is also called nicotinc acid , is close cousin of NICOTINE .Which is contained in cigarettes . Both stimulate the production of the neurotransmitter acetycholine, which is need primarily to facilitate the transmission of nerve impulses  . Study in Chicago with 815 people without the disease after four years those with the lowest niacin intake (an average of 12.6 mg per day) were 80 percent more likely to be diagnosed with ALZHEIMER”S than the ones with (22.4 mg per day

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    Also please  See attach on Brain health and nicotine



    The impact of hypertension and nicotine on the size of ruptured intracranial aneurysms



                           Research paper



    ·                         Revised 13 January 2010

    ·                         Accepted 13 March 2010

    ·                         Published Online First 28 July 2010

    Abstract

    Background The goal of the study was to analyse retrospectively the impact of risk factors for subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) on the size of ruptured intracranial aneurysms in order to identify variables that might influence the discrepancy between average sizes of ruptured and unruptured aneurysms.

    Methods The records and angiographies of 373 patients treated at our centre due to aneurysmal SAH between 2004 and December 2008 were retrospectively analysed. Modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors for SAH were correlated with exact measurement of aneurysm size using three-dimensional rotational digital subtraction angiographies (3D-DSA).

    Results Average maximum aneurysm diameter in patients with combined history of hypertension and cigarette smoking was 5.47±3.22 mm (95% CI 4.71 to 6.24); thus, significantly smaller (p<0.001) than in patients with hypertension only (6.27±3.28 mm, 95% CI 5.75 to 6.78), with cigarette smoking only (7.61±4.29 mm, 95% CI 6.43 to 8.79) and patients with no history for risk factors (8.08±4.73 mm, 95% CI 6.96 to 9.21). Odds ratio (OR) for aneurysm size less than 7 mm in patients with combined hypertension and cigarette smoking was 3.63 (95% CI 1.78 to 7.42), 3.09 (95% CI 1.95 to 4.92) in patients with hypertension only and 1.02 (95% CI 0.64 to 1.62) in patients with cigarette smoking only.

    Conclusions The present analysis demonstrates a distinct correlation between hypertension, smoking and the size of ruptured aneurysms in SAH patients. Arterial hypertension and cigarette smoking appear to destabilise cerebral aneurysms' growth. Our data strongly suggest that these factors should also be considered when treatment indications for small unruptured aneurysms are discussed.



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