Eating fish regularly able to combat Alzheimer’s  

Eating fish regularly, especially fatty fish, is able to combat Alzheimer’s

 

An American study revealed that eating fish regularly reduces brain deterioration and Alzheimer’s disease. The British newspaper Daily Express, quoting a study prepared by the University of South Dakota, reported that eating fish once or twice a week resists cognitive decline.

The study showed that eating fish in moderation enhances brain function because it strengthens its blood flow. She added that fatty fish in particular such as salmon, mackerel and sardines are able to combat Alzheimer’s.

 

 

The scientists pointed out that this study confirms that food and diet play an effective role in improving the brain for a longer period of life. They stated that fatty fish is rich in omega-3, which breaks down stray proteins that try to destroy memory and thinking.

Scientists emphasized that this study is also important because it shows the link between low omega-3 levels and lack of blood flow in areas of the brain that are essential for learning, memory, depression and aging. By conducting a survey on 166 volunteers in this study, the link between omega-3 levels and indicators of good mental skills was revealed in 128 areas of the brain, and the best results appeared for those who consumed high amounts of omega-3 in learning and memory areas, which are the first areas affected by aging

Risks of the consequences of psychological stress for men

Dr. Maxim Tyganov, a urologist, declared that men suffer more from the consequences of stress than women.

 

In an interview with the “Izvestia” newspaper, he points out that stress in men often develops into a chronic condition

 

“Of course, reactions to stress negatively affect men’s health,” he says. “Because women are more emotionally mobile, and men are used to facing difficulties themselves. Therefore, male stress often develops into a chronic condition.”

 

And he adds, stress causes hormonal imbalance, as the secretion of adrenaline and cortisol increases in men. And the hormone cortisol over time begins to discourage testosterone, which is reflected in the composition of sperm – its quality decreases.

 

He points out that testosterone is responsible not only for sexual desire, but also for muscle growth, strengthening bone tissue, memory and attention. Moreover, hormonal imbalance leads to cancer and cardiovascular disease.

 

And, he adds, there is no specific way to combat stress. But it is better not to remain silent about the existing problems. It should be discussed with close people or specialists.