New Study Says Exposure to High Levels of Stress Throughout Life May Increase Risk of Alzheimer's
Jul 27, 2011 - Chronic psychological stress throughout a lifespan might increase an individual's risk for Alzheimer's and dementia later in life, according to research from the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University.
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#1 Jul 29, 2011
Anecdotal evidence seems to highlight stress as a cause of Alzheimers but has there been any studies to back up this thesis? I don't know that it is possible to design a longitudinal study or a clinical study that would be free of bias or flaws.
What is left for the average person to do? Pop pills? Run away to Tortula? How can you lessen stress?
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