There are no bad reasons for maintaining healthy body until you get old age, including the women. According to Alzheimer’s Disease International, estimated at almost 50 million people in the world are undiagnosed Alzheimer’s, and most are women.
Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that impairs memory and other mental functions. Usually, a person with Alzheimer’s will slowly forget things or an important person in his life then underwent a dramatic personality change, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Women are still routinely maintained fitness until old age has little likely to be affected by Alzheimer’s than women who strive to work out despite a little, according to a study that was recently published.
The study, conducted by a team from Gothenburg University in Sweden revealed that women who fit 90 percent more likely to not have Alzheimer’s. In this case, is in shape with exercise every day, not for the athlete.
They also stated that it is not the only sport that can prevent the disease, most likely caused because people who are at high risk of Alzheimer’s is already revealing some of the physical symptoms several decades earlier.
Women seniors who start trouble to walk can be a sign of danger. Researchers from Sweden that found that it indicates a process opposite cardiovascular high-risk into Alzheimer’s.
“This discovery is very exciting because it is possible that improve cardiovascular fitness people age middle-aged can delay or even prevent them from affected by Alzheimer’s,” said Helena Hörder, one of the researchers of the study, as quoted from NBC.
However, he said, the study does not show cause and effect between cardiovascular fitness with Alzheimer’s. Laura Baker of Wake Forest School of Medicine in North Carolina adds, the fit is not really fit, but still capable of driving the bike for a few minutes, for example.
Baker said that the exercise to work more broadly rather than drugs. “(Sports) improves blood flow, not just when you’re doing it but when you take a break as well,” he explained.
“Sport opens the blood vessels. And help him (blood vessels) keep it clean so you get a good flow. ”
Exercise lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol levels, and encourages the immune system. Plus, it can slow down the reduction the brain that occurs during the aging process as well as prevents clogging and investigation of brain cells that lead to Alzheimer’s.
Baker admitted he often get the question of whether starting at the age of middle-aged sports was too late to do so, and she replied no and we can start at any time.
“We know you don’t have to work out too hard. No need to exercise like the athletes, “he said.