Thursday, April 18

Can Drinking Coffee Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s?

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Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 55 million individuals globally. Alzheimer’s disease is thought to be the primary cause of 50–75% of dementia cases, making it the most prevalent type of dementia. Cases of Alzheimer’s disease are anticipated to rise in the older population.

Alzheimer’s disease is a complex illness that is not a natural aspect of aging. It results in complex brain alterations that may induce cognitive decline and memory loss.

Americans are huge coffee fans. Every day, more than six out of ten of us go for a cup, and daily coffee consumption for regular drinkers is 2.7 cups. Therefore, it should be welcome news to many that drinking coffee may have a neuroprotective benefit, lowering a person’s risk of both Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

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