Smoking can increase the risk of "dementia" again!
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 22, 2021 11:07 am    Post subject: Smoking can increase the risk of "dementia" again! Reply with quote
Dementia is a major public health problem affecting millions of people around the world. One focus of dementia research is the hippocampus, an important brain structure in both the short and long term. Alzheimer's disease, the most common type of dementia, involves hippocampal atrophy.

because this disease occurs with the elderly Many people in working age feel that it is a distant disease, but friends believe it or not. From this research said cumulative behavior "Smoking" regularly affects the brain and increases the risk of dementia, so today it may not affect it, but it will become like a big problem that gradually fades. Molded by our own behavior

The study enrolled 1,991 participants. Patients received standard diagnostic tests, including cognitive tests and CT brain scans. Researchers analyzed CT scans for the presence and severity of cerebral palsy. problems of the hippocampus

And this study does not focus on that. Smoking affects the brain But it was found that the effects of smoking and diabetes increased the risk of problems with the hippocampus.

"We think that smoking and diabetes are two factors at this risk," the researchers said.

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