Increase the risk of developing dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can frequent use of negative thought patterns. To such conclusion scientists from London’s Global University, writes Magicforum.
Experts conducted a study involving 376 people over 55 years of age. Within two years the study participants were answering different questions. The subjects also underwent measurement of symptoms of depression and anxiety.
it Turned out that people who showed high patterns of negative thinking, for the 4 years was observed a stronger decrease in cognitive functions and memory decline.
According to the researchers, “repetitive negative thinking” is associated with the deposition of harmful proteins in the brain and can be the main reason that depression and anxiety contribute to the risk of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
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