Life-threatening experiences such as divorce, death of a loved one or losing a job increase the risk of memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease among middle-aged women. A new research has revealed this. According to the research findings published in the international journal ‘Garriatic Psychiatry’, stress hormones play a different role in brain health on a lag-based basis, and this is the reason for women having more Alzheimer’s disease than men.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in every six women over the age of 60 suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, while one in every 11 men suffers from the disease. At present, there is no medicine to prevent this disease or to prevent the disease from becoming serious. Cynthia Munro, a professor at John Hopkins University in the United States, says, “We can’t avoid stress, but how to respond to stress can improve it, and it has real effects on our minds when we are in middle age Arrive.