Dementia is increasing worldwide and spreading at a faster pace.
In last few year dementia is rising at a faster pace. It is due to changes in eating habits and unhealthy lifestyle.
Know more about dementia through infographic provide to us by Bluebird Care.
Do Dementia Risk Increases With More Blood Sugar?
It may be surprising news that higher sugar level can also increase dementia.
Dementia is a memory loss disease in which brain cell damage is severe. So it decreases the functionality and ability of the brain.
So how blood sugar can affect our brain?
Sugar is among the most dangerous food we consume regularly. It may not be dangerous if we take it in limit and from a healthy food source.
Due to unhealthy eating, there is an increase in intake of sugar dense foods. Due to this, many people are suffering from diabetes.
According to stats by Diabetes.org only America has 25.8 people who are suffering from diabetes which is 8.3% of their population. It is not the disease that American suffers. Now it has become common in every country.
Diabetes people are at higher risk of dementia.
Are Diabetes Free People Safe?
It was found that diabetes people suffer from dementia.
But in a recent study, it was found that even people with high sugar level are not safe from dementia.
An increase in sugar level in blood increases the damage of nerves and brain cells. As dementia is caused due to damage to brain cell. So sugar support damage of brain cell.
Sugar Acts As Sweet Poison To Our Health
How to Stay Safe from High Blood Sugar And Dementia?
To fight dementia, high blood sugar and diabetes we need to adopt a healthy lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle means healthy eating and exercise routine.
Avoid foods loaded with sugar. Avoid diet coke for weight loss it can also increase sugar craving.
45-60 minutes exercise for a week can good to maintain sugar level. Also after eating dinner go for a walk for 15 minutes to balance the sugar level.
Is Tofu Responsible For Dementia? Know Truth About Tofu
Is Tofu Responsible For Dementia?
It may be true according to a study done by Indonesian people. It was found that elderly men, as well as women, has increased their risk of Dementia by eating tofu. (1)
Is it true? Can Tofu lead to such serious health issue?
Many studies are claiming that Soy products are very healthy and protect from cancer, heart disease along with it is a good source of protein and isoflavones.
Then how the studies on Indonesian people proved opposite towards it.
If you are consuming it, then you might be thinking of quitting it…
But according to research it was also found that they used formaldehyde to keep it freshness for a long time.
Watch the video to learn more. (2)
Formaldehyde is a carcinogen which is fatal for life. It is very harmful so avoid it.
Eat Vitamin E Rich Food To Prevent Dementia
Dementia is loss memory which is may change the behavior of the patient. It affects the reasoning capacity, learning a skill, and affect in the worst way.
It mostly occurs at the age of 65 or before. Today it is spreading very quickly due to nutrient deficient diet.
So if you want to stay protected from dementia then fight its real cause instead of thinking about the unwanted thing.
The cause of dementia is oxidative stress. In today life we actually in a very stressful condition which increases stress in our body.
Oxidative stress till certain limited can safe, but if it exceeds its limit, then it starts harming our body cells.
Due to increase in oxidative stress, there is the production of free radicals.
Free radicals are highly active inflammatory particles that destroy the normal cells. Same way it also destroys the brain cell.
With the increase in damage of brain cell, ageing of the brain is stimulated. So the real damage of brain cells is due to free radicals.
Fight Free Radicals
You are safe from dementia if you eat nutrient-rich foods.
Yes! Antioxidants have high potential to neutralize these active free radicals. Thus eating antioxidants rich food prevents damage to the brain.
Among the big list of healthy antioxidants, it is found that eating Vitamin E rich foods can protect from dementia.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant boost body immunity to fight free radicals. So get your Vitamin E and prevent dementia in a later stage.
Vitamin E Rich Foods
- Mustard green
- Colon Green
- Sunflower seeds
Do you exercise daily? If not then you get another reason to go for an active walk or jogging. is among the most common disease in an older person. It affects people in older age. So it is important to prevent this situation from an early stage.
It is among the most common disease in an older person. It affects people in older age. So it is important to prevent this situation from an early stage.
It is found that Dementia spread due to hereditary. So it is said we can’t prevent it. But we can minimize the risk by adopting a healthy lifestyle.
So don’t miss your healthy youth and pay a heavy tax at old age. It is found the most inactive children have a higher risk of dementia.
How Exercise Can Protect From Dementia?
Exercise has much more benefits than its physical benefits. We usually keep in mind that exercise makes us physically healthy and fit. But exercise can also make us mentally fit and healthy.
During exercise, there is an increase in blood flow towards the brain. These blood flow decreases the plague stored near brain cells thus protecting it from damage.
Also, these plagues are responsible for damage to the brain. When these plaques are removed, there is the normal growth of gray matter, which is neurons of the brain. So the brain can function more efficiently.
In research it was found that exercise increases the brain size by increasing gray matter. While people who were less active had smaller brain size i.e. low gray matter ratio.
So promote healthy brain development and prevent dementia. Everyone should adopt a few minute walk to avoid extreme damage to the brain.
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