Dementia: The sensation when you stand up that could indicate you're at risk
DEMENTIA has become a leading cause of death in Western countries, where cases are expected to skyrocket in coming years. It is characterised by an onslaught of mental deficits, which poses a considerable threat to the livelihoods of sufferers. One sign when you stand up could signal that you're at risk of the condition.
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Conclusion: These results provide insight into the early metabolic events that are associated with the later risk to develop cognitive decline within the crosstalk between diet, gut microbiota and the endogenous metabolism, which could help identify potential targets for preventive and therapeutic strategies to preserve cognitive health.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved
by Kazushige Koyama, Kanichiro Wada, Gentaro Kumagai, Hitoshi Kudo, Sunao Tanaka, Toru Asari, Songee Jung, Masataka Ando, Yasuyuki Ishibashi Lumbar degenerative disease and dementia are increasing in super-aging societies and are both related to physical dysfunction and pain. However, the relationship between these diseases remains unclear. This cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the comorbidity rates of lumbar spinal canal ste nosis (LSS) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and clarify the association between LSS presence, lumbar symptoms, and quality of life (QOL) related to low back pain and cognitive impairmen...
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