Alzheimer disease may cause, gingival infection..

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Unhealthy mouth can play a role in the onset of Alzheimer disease, researchers say that there is evidence of a common type of gum disease and bacterial links between people with dementia. A new study published in the journal ‘Science Advances’ found that infections of gums could be a possible risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.

Porphyromonas gingival bacteria, also known as PG. Gonorrhea infection causes chronic periodontitis, thereby causing chronic inflammation and potential tooth loss.

According to a new research done by Dr. Stephen Domini and Casey Lynch of pharmaceutical firm Cortexim, 51 of the 53 cerebral dead bodies of Alzheimer’s disease found the same bacteria at the top. For the change of Alzheimer’s disease, focus on developing therapeutic, pharmaceutical company funded the research.

According to a new research done by Dr. Stephen Domini and Casey Lynch of pharmaceutical firm cetaxim, 51 of the 53 cerebral dead bodies of Alzheimer’s disease found the same bacteria at the top. For the change of Alzheimer’s disease, focus on developing therapeutic, pharmaceutical company funded the research.

Scientists team infected small molecules targeting PG, to prevent the bacteria in mice tested to block them and found that it could reduce neurodegeneration in the brain by showing a potential new way of dealing with Alzheimer’s disease.

According to Lynch, the publication of his team “sheds light on an unforeseen driver of Alzheimer’s pathology – bacteria that are usually associated with chronic gum disease” Lynch further said that it is also a “promising approach” to address the disease, Shows.

What is Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is ‘disease of forgetfulness’, lack of memory in the symptoms of this disease, difficulty in speaking, and then due to its serious situation of social and family problems, blood pressure, diabetes, modern Lifestyle and many times injury in the head increases the likelihood of this disease, usually around 60 years of age, there is no permanent treatment for this disease, However, in the early stages of the disease regular check-up and treatment can be overcome.