In the year 2100 every second person sick with Alzheimer’s
Approximately one out of every 10 people over the age of 50 years suffers from dementia. The characteristic feature of reducing the activity of thinking is Alzheimer’s disease. In 2015, there were 47 million patients. Scientists project that by 2030 it will increase to 60 million.
By the end of the XXI century, every second person infected by Alzheimer’s disease. A characteristic feature of this disease is a decrease in the activity of the brain that leads to dementia. Scientists project that in 2030 the number of patients will increase to 60 million, and in 2100 will reach 3 billion. Some believe that the reason for the rapid spread is the evolution of man. Experts justify this by saying that people do not have time to digest all the material, which leads to the destruction of some particles of the brain.
It is believed that frequent lack of sleep and mental disorders lead to the slow formation of new nerve cells. Scientists conducted a study on lab rats and found that rodents without a wheel in the cage with a heavily inferior to other sports individuals. The results allowed to compare the data with the human. Thus, the sport and activity during the day can greatly affect the efficiency of the brain and allows to deprive of Alzheimer’s disease in old age.
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