Research: Physical exercise may help alleviate symptoms of Alzheimers disease

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 Research: Physical exercise may help alleviate symptoms of Alzheimers disease


Researchers at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Mychael Louren? O and Fernanda DeFelice, reported that a hormone called iris secreted by the animal body during physical exercise can improve symptoms such as amnesia caused by Alzheimers disease.

Brazils Ministry of Health has pointed out that up to now, 1 million Brazilians have Alzheimers disease, and the number of cases worldwide has even reached 35 million.

Michael Lorenzo and Fernanda Phillis believe that their discoveries are of great importance to the cure of Alzheimers disease in humans. They say physical exercise can help people fight Alzheimers disease. At the same time, the iris synthesized by human itself will not bring side effects to human body, which brings new hope for medical experts to study the cure method of Alzheimers disease.

However, researchers say that although exercise may help treat Alzheimers disease, a large number of clinical trials are still needed to draw conclusions.

Alzheimers disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease with hidden onset and progressive development. It is clinically characterized by comprehensive dementia such as memory impairment, aphasia, aphasia, agnosia, visual and spatial skills impairment, executive dysfunction and personality and behavioral changes.

Source: Guo Hao_NT5629, Responsible Editor of CNN