Insulin helps in Alzheimer's disease – scientists

When injected insulin nasal mucosa occurs its absorption in the affected areas of the brain. As a result of this therapy for dementia improves memory, according to scientists from the Medical school at the University of Washington.

They conducted a study on mice. After intranasal insulin in animals improved memory. Perhaps the new method will be effective in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, writes The Times of India.

Alzheimer's is a complex disease of the brain associated with rapid loss of memory and other important functions. A unified theory of disease occurrence no. And there is no specific drug that would have saved the patients from this disease.

Among predisposing factors to the development of Alzheimer's disease: genetics, environmental factors, age. It is believed that changes in the brain occur due to the accumulation in it of beta-amyloid. How to deal with it, is still unknown.

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