Alzheimer’s disease stands in the top five positions according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Alzheimer’s disease is a leading cause of death in persons aged 65 and up. There is no proof that Alzheimer’s disease causes cognitive loss. From the age of 55, the vascular burden increases, but it is unknown whether this is also true in younger people.
The research was published in the Alzheimer’s and Dementia journal. There was no Linked between Alzheimer’s disease and LDL, BMI, smoking, or blood pressure, according to the study. Top researchers from Boston University have found that Alzheimer’s disease and vascular disease are using longitudinal data.
The researchers said that high cholesterol can cause greater damage to our hearts. But very few are aware of the problem called dementia. A proper diet must be followed to maintain overall health. Diet doesnt mean totally cutting down the intake of food. It is necessary to take food at right propositions. Proper diet and workout can help one to maintain proper body.