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Activities Accelerating Aging, Hence likely Inducing Alzheimer's Disease

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 12)

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Page : 666-675

Keywords : Alcohol Use Disorder; Alzheimer's disease; Drugs'Anticholinergic burdens; Naltrexone;

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Alcoholism and the widespread use of drugs with an anticholinergic burden are salient risk factors sustaining the development of Alzheimer's disease (Alz). Both risk factors are within our grasp to reduce the risk of developing Alz as well as an array of other diseases. Here is an extensive review of what sustains binge drinking of alcoholic beverages and binge eating and comments on how to treat the diseases. There is a brief review on the status of managing the use of drugs interfering with cholinergic systems of the nervous system. The conclusion: attending to reducing alcoholism and the widespread use of drugs with an anticholinergic burden, that such will reduce the acceleration of aging sufficiently to extend the life spans of many citizens.

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