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Three servings of these foods will protect you from dementia

Three servings of these foods will protect you from dementia

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Dementia is a syndrome associated with the deterioration of brain function and can have many causes. There are several types of dementia, the most … INOSMI, 11/23/2021

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Dementia is a syndrome associated with the deterioration of brain function and can have many causes. There are several types of dementia, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s disease. More than 850,000 people are currently suffering from dementia in the United Kingdom, according to research. Among people aged 65 years, dementia is diagnosed in one person in 14, and after age 80, the disease affects one person in six.

In the case of dementia, some of the risk factors, such as genetic predisposition, are simply impossible to eliminate. But research data shows that there are risk factors that play a significant role in the development of this disease and that can still be changed.

According to the National Health Service, factors such as hearing loss, untreated depression, loneliness, social isolation, or even just being locked up at home for a long time can play an important role in the development of dementia.

The website says: “Eating certain foods (and avoiding certain foods) has been shown to help slow the aging process of the brain by seven and a half years and reduce the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s.”

“This food system is a hybrid of two existing diets – Mediterranean and antihypertensive diets – based on many years of research. Scientists developed the MIND diet to focus on foods that affect brain health. ”

The National Health Service notes that if you become increasingly forgetful, especially if you are over 65, you should see your healthcare provider for early dementia symptoms.

Making a diagnosis at an early stage will allow you to take timely measures to slow down the development of the disease, which is why it is so important to pay attention to the first signs.

The National Health Service points out that symptoms of dementia can include language problems such as misuse of words or speech problems, as well as movement problems and difficulty in performing daily activities.

The service informs: “The symptoms of dementia get worse over time. In the advanced stages of dementia, people are no longer able to take care of themselves on their own and may lose the ability to communicate. ”

The Alzheimer’s Society reports that people with Alzheimer’s can exhibit mood swings and personality changes. The disease has been reported to have a number of ‘warning signs’.

At the initial stages, dementia can be expressed in forgetfulness, loss of time sense, in the fact that a person is lost in familiar places.

The Alzheimer’s Society notes that “midlife” —that is, from age 40 to about 60 — is a great time to take action to reduce the risk of dementia. However, it is helpful to take these steps at any age.

“The changes in the brain that cause dementia can begin years or even decades before the first symptoms appear. If you now lead a healthy lifestyle, you thus reduce the likelihood of these changes, ”- said the experts of the organization.

The number of people with dementia is on the rise because people are now living longer.

By 2025, Dementia UK predicts that more than a million people in the United Kingdom will suffer from dementia.

The World Health Organization says: “Globally, women are much more likely to suffer from dementia. 65% of deaths caused by dementia occur in women. Among people living with disabilities due to dementia, there are about 60% more women than men. ”

“In addition, it is women who in most cases provide informal care (that is, care provided by relatives and friends) for people with dementia – they account for about 70% of the total care time.”

InoSMI materials contain assessments exclusively of foreign media and do not reflect the position of the InoSMI editorial board.

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