Turning Coffee Into a Drug to Treat Parkinson’s and Dementia
- By: heavenAdmin
- Alzheimer's Disease
It helps you wake up in the morning, but could it also help treat cognitive disorders? Your morning cup of coffee could be worth more than just a means of getting you through the day. In fact, it could hold clues for treating chronic diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Scientists have found that caffeine has been linked to memory improvement and may even protect against brain cell destruction – two traits that could make it extremely beneficial in treating both Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.
Several major studies have found that consuming more caffeine can actually help reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease; however, more research is necessary in order to create drugs that are safe for general use and that target the right parts of the brain to help prevent or reduce symptoms of the disease. Learn more about how caffeine may be the secret to developing a wonder drug for Parkinson’s and dementia.
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