The diabetes increases the danger of senility

The individuals with diabetes run through increased probabilities they express senility - perhaps because the brain is exceptionally sensitive in “[zacharo]” and does not bear him in big doses.

The scientists suspect for [chronia] that the two illnesses are related, but the new study imply that the confrontation of chronic problems, as the diabetes, can provide additional profit for the brain.

“Our discoveries underline the need is added the sugary diabetes in the factors of danger for senility”, declared the head researcher Dr [Gioytaka] [Kiyiochara], from the University Kyushu in Japan.

“The diabetes is exceptionally frequent and the number suffering from this is increased ceaseless in the all world. His control resembles today more important despite never”.

The new study, that is published in the inspection “Neurology”, was based on more by 1.000 volunteers, the course of health watched the researchers on 11 years.

As they realised, the 27% those who they had diabetes they developed finally senility, while the corresponding percentage between the not diabetic volunteers was 21%.

Mechanism of action

How can however the diabetes lead to the senility? According to the experts, the answer depends from the type of senility.

“It is known that the diabetes increases the danger of cerebral episode, because the increased glucose (blood sugar) causes damage in the [aimofora] vessels”, says Dr [Tzoel] [Zonsain], professor of Clinical Medicine in the College Medical “[Almpert] [Ainstain]”.

“Cerebral it can lead to a form of senility that is said vasal senility and which is owed in the [chronia], decreased benefit of blood in the brain”.

The vasal senility is the second more frequent form of senility, then from the illness [Altschaimer].

Continuously more elements, however, show that the all types of senility, included [Altschaimer], can relate themselves also with how reacts the brain in the insulin - the hormone that it is related with the diabetes.

“Exist clues that the brain is very sensitive in blood sugar and in the insulin”, explains Dr [Zonsain]. “How precisely it happens this remains unknown, but appears that it is in effect”.