Menopause May Raise Alzheimer’s Risk Though Metabolic Changes in Brain, Study Says

Menopause May Raise Alzheimer’s Risk Though Metabolic Changes in Brain, Study Says
Menopause triggers numerous changes in a woman’s body — and, apparently, metabolic changes in the brain as well that puts middle-age women at greater risk of Alzheimer’s disease, a study reports. This finding provides new insights into why women have a higher incidence of this neurological disease, even when a generally longer lifespan accounted. It

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  1. Kumudini says:

    It is estimated that in 1998, there were over 477 million postmenopausal women in the world. That number is projected to rise to rise to 1.1 billion by the year 2025. A study of menopausal women revealed that 80% experienced no change in quality of life. 62% felt positively about menopause. Ten percent of women said they were irritable, fatigued, and had feelings of despair during the menopausal phase of their lives.
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