Recently, Xiaobian found a test when surfing the Internet? You can test Alzheimer's disease (commonly known as Alzheimer's disease) by looking at several questions? The blogger also glanced back and forth several times to find it? Scared me, the forgetful star, to test it quickly. First, make yourself comfortable and calm down.
1. Find C from above
2. If you have found C, start looking for 6 now
3. Now start to find n, there will be a little bit of difficulty to find & hellip; & hellip;
At the end of the paper, it is pointed out that:
'it's not a joke. If you've passed all three tests, you don't have to worry too much about the neurological problems to find you, and you don't have to do a genetic test. Your brain is very healthy, more than 90% of the possibility will not have Alzheimer's disease! Congratulations!! '-- this test is not reliable!
This kind of finding special graphs in the same group of graphs actually has more to do with our attention and reaction.
So, can Alzheimer's disease be tested out?
Earlier this year, scientists in Japan and Australia developed a blood test that can identify people with high levels of protein associated with Alzheimer's disease, with an accuracy of more than 90%.
Abnormal 4 indicators, high risk of dementia
Lu Xiaodong, director of Neurology Department of Affiliated Hospital of Hangzhou Normal University, pointed out that the following indicators are abnormal, which are high-risk factors of Alzheimer's disease.
This index will gradually increase with the lack of folate level, and high homocysteine will increase the risk of AD.
Age, vitamin deficiency, poor living habits (such as excessive drinking, coffee and smoking), and some diseases can lead to high homocysteine.
Hypothyroidism can cause memory loss and dementia. It can also be manifested as depression, difficulty in concentration, chills, facial edema, hoarseness, joint swelling and muscle weakness.
If there are similar symptoms, go to the hospital to check the thyroid function.
Diabetes, especially type 2 diabetes, is an important risk factor of AD.
It has been found that serum cholesterol will rise in the process of early transformation to dementia.
There are many risk factors for AD, but through active control of blood sugar and blood pressure, weight loss, etc., it can reduce the risk of disease, exercise the brain more, eat healthy, exercise regularly, and actively participate in social activities, which can prevent Alzheimer's disease.