Alzheimer’s Can be Detected In Early

Alzheimer’s attacks the strike indiscriminately. Syndrome that slowly erode the memory of this sufferer was detected 20 years earlier. Some experts from the University of Washington, United States, recently found a way to detect early Alzheimer’s attacks.

Signs of Alzheimer’s attacks can be detected in cerebrospinal fluid. Those who suffer from Alzheimer’s have high levels of tau protein in their cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) beta-amyloid precursor also lower. Both proteins are responsible for the formation of plaques in the brain that are characteristic of Alzheimer’s.

Lead researcher, Dr. Randall Bateman said the relatively rare syndrome that is also regarded as hereditary polyposis syndrome. Those with a family history of Alzheimer’s disease are advised to maintain the lifestyle to prevent attacks that the syndrome has no cure this.

Various ways can be used to prevent Alzheimer’s attacks. One of them by maintaining healthy teeth and mouth. Infection of the gums can lead to the dating of teeth and force the body to release inflammatory substances that will cause inflammation in the brain and accelerate dementia.

Regularly walk five miles or five miles may also prevent Alzheimer’s attacks. Walking regularly can strengthen the brain’s performance on the memory, which will be very useful for people with Alzheimer’s

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