- The same intensity, but regularity is the daily routine. There are many health benefits for such exercises. Among other things, the protection of your brain against Alzheimer’s disease, the current study found. People who have a genetic predisposition to the disease, as well as those who suffer from it, also function as brnon.
The authors of the work, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, took at their disposal men and women of an average age of 64 years. So far, they did not suffer from the disease, they were at high risk of developing them. Each of the volunteers had either at least one birth in which the disease occurred, or at least one gene variation related to the disease, or both.
For one week, the researchers examined them with accelerometers to change their daily physical activity. They knew how much time the participants in the experiment devoted to low-intensity activity, which is also slow to walk, to medium-intensity activity, which is represented by a pig, and how much space their high-intensity activity, such as fast running, found in their daily schedule.
The obtained data were then compared by experts to glucose metabolism by volunteers, and they obtained a picture of them using a method called positron emission tomography. That process is very important, because it tells about the activity and condition of the neuron and in people with Alzheimer’s disease it is disrupted. The scientist, of course, wondered how the duration and length of physical activity were related to metabolism.
The activity of low intensity completely failed, it was not connected with the bottom change of the monitored areas of the brain. The activity of the highest intensities brought with it an improvement in glucose metabolism in the hippocampus, but not elsewhere. The activity then became of intensity intensity. Those who practiced it for at least 68 minutes a day were induced by better glucose metabolism in all areas of the brain. Light activity is not enough, sharp activity may be left behind, sums up the research of one of its authors Ozioma Okonkwo from the University of Wisconsinsk.
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He noted that the connection between glucose metabolism and cognitive function of the brain was demonstrated in previous studies. We now show that a lifestyle involving moderately intense physical activity supports neuronal function. I don’t think there is a big leap from here to claim that this is probably one of the ways in which they experience the decline in cognitive function in middle life, Okonkwo said with gratitude.
The study of his darkness, of course, opened the gates of hope. It also reassures those who are genetically at risk for Alzheimer’s disease that they may suffer. If you have two questions and you will continue, you will achieve this profit, you will find a scientist.
She opened the two bags in the dark, and the disease broke out in them. Many people get into the disease at all because they think they can do very little against it, says study leader Ryan Dougherty, who suggests that moderate physical activity may slow the progression of the disease.
Okonkwo emphasizes this: Evidence shows that we can always deal with a physically active regime and strike.
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The importance of regular exercises is also mentioned at first by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which is based on the professional literature of the last six years and its analysis. According to the study, the first physical activity is one of the three machines we can use to counter Alzheimer’s disease. The other two are cognitive tingling and blood pressure control.
The best hope to do so is to put the car into the cognitive thorns. By car, I don’t mean yellow metal, eight-spoke or sudoku, although they add that it definitely doesn’t hurt. They have techniques in mind for memory and mnemonics.
How can I glue the memory? Can I organize things so that it’s later for me to remember them? How can strategies be handcuffed to recall information faster and lpe? Can we find a better way to remember what to buy in the store? suggests what Ronald Patersen from the committee means to his colleagues.
Regular blood pressure checks are not only necessary to prevent heart disease. Its control can reduce the risk of memory loss and staple dementia. According to scientists, this is probably because high blood pressure damages blood vessels in the brain.