Those with Eye Disorders Have a Higher Risk of 'Dementia' 1
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British scientists, 55 to 73 years old 12 thousand 364 people conducted a large-scale research using the information. Within the scope of this research, scientists who examined whether there is a link between eye health and dementia, reached remarkable results. The research, published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology, people with bad eyesight reveals a higher risk of dementia.

Within the scope of the research conducted in England, at least 2,300 of the participants had an eye disorder. dementia evolved was detected. Scientists; especially to yellow spot disease explained that people who have it are at risk. Because the risk of dementia of people with this disease is higher than that of other people. 26 percentmore. This rate is higher in people with cataract disease. 11 percent.

Diabetes-related eye conditions increase the risk of dementia by 61 percent

Those with Eye Disorders Have a Higher Risk of 'Dementia' 2

According to the research, one of the conditions that lead to deterioration of eye health is diabetes. Experts state that the cluster with the highest risk of dementia is those with one or more eye conditions due to diabetes. According to reviews, those with diabetes-related eye problems are more likely to develop dementia. 61 percent more than other individuals.

The article, published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology, is one of the recognized eye issues. eye pressure also put forward a remarkable point. According to experts, in the middle of dementia with eye pressure problem no links detected. In other words, even if people with this disorder get dementia, this is not related to eye pressure.

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