High cholesterol in middle age cause future dementia

High cholesterolin middle age cause future dementia People with high cholesterol in midlife are at Levels Risk of DevelopingDementiaINCREASED s later in Their Lives, Researchers Say. The assertion FOLLOWS from A Study of Nearly 10.000 people, Which Revealed Those with high cholesterol That Between 40 and 50 years-a reading of 240 or more, HAD INCREASED to 66 Percent Risk of Developing Alzheimer's disease 40 years later. Meanwhile, people Whose lower cholesterol WAS, Between 200 and 239 - Had a 52 Percent Risk of dementia in INCREASED old age Than Those with lower Levels, the team at the University of Kuopio in Finland and Kaiser Permanente Division research. "Our study shows moderately high cholesterol That Even at age 40 Levels Put People at Risk for INCREASED (Developing) Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia Decades later," I said in a statement Rachel Whitmer of the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland. "The good news is what is That good for the heart is good for the mind Also this is an early and Risk Factor for Dementia That Can be modified and controlled Lowering cholesterol healthy Through Changes in lifestyle," said Whitmer. Source: Forum Human Health

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