High Blood Sugar Trigger Dementia

High blood sugar levels, although not yet categorized into diabetes increases the risk of dementia. This was revealed in a new study that is used to help prevent Alzheimer’s that is with maintaining blood sugar levels within healthy levels.

Alzheimer’s is a common form of dementia and is known in diabetics and are more likely to develop into Alzheimer’s. The research is part and adds to the evidence that exercise and controlling blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol is a way that can be done to delay or prevent dementia.

The study involved 2,067 people aged 50 to 65 years. Researchers also record their sugar levels, either diabetics or not, to determine the effect on blood sugar with dementia. At the beginning of the study, 232 people had diabetes and the rest do not. Each participant underwent a standard brain test every two years and asked about smoking habits, exercise and other things that affect the risk of dementia.

Seven years later, 524 people or a quarter of the participants had dementia, Alzheimer majority. Those who suffer from diabetes before the study had an 18% higher risk of developing dementia than those with lower blood sugar level.

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