Hyperactivity protect against dementia

Publié par happy-diet vendredi 14 mai 2010

Hyperactivity protect against dementia

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Australian researchers said that the best way to prevent Huntington's disease, a hereditary condition leading to dementia and shortens the lifespan, the frequent movement and activity and exercise.

The network "ABC" Today, the study conducted by the researchers, the first of its kind in the world, have shown that lifestyle with plenty of activity on the incidence of delayed crossbeams of the disease.

Estimates indicate that one out of every ten of thousands of Australians suffering from this disease, which affects adults aged between 30 and 50 years old.

And are the initial symptoms of the disease in involuntary movements due to the progressive deterioration of brain cells then spoke of changes in the personality of the patient and end up with injury dementia at the end.

The researchers said that he could not stop the advance of disease, which causes early death, noting that it is a hereditary disease, so a lot of people hesitate in having children because there is the possibility of passing it to their children by 50%.

In the same context, said Professor Martin Delatesci Research Institute Murdoch Children's in Melbourne, said this study may help delay the onset of crossbeams of the disease, adding, "We assessed the activity of the patients in the early stages of infection but their activity before the onset of its symptoms is clear to us that those who live the life of inactivity, such as Watch TV and other symptoms of the disease afflicted by other about four years. "

He added, "those who face the risk of infection not spend their time in idleness .. We all need to watch television, but what we are saying is you not to spend long hours in the day like this."

He said, "This is the first time can be for those who are at risk of Huntington's disease to do something to delay its symptoms and delay the incidence and hope."

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