Hypothyroidism Affects The Brain. Part 1 of 2

Hypothyroidism Affects The Brain – Part 1 of 2

Hypothyroidism Affects The Brain. Hypothyroidism, a teach that causes low or no thyroid hormone production, is not linked to mild dementia or impaired brain function, a new writing-room suggests. Although more research is needed, the scientists said their findings add to mounting evidence that the thyroid gland disorder is not tied to the memory and thinking problems known as “mild cognitive impairment”. Some quondam evidence has suggested that changes in the body’s endocrine system, including thyroid function, might be linked to Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, said researchers led by Dr Ajay Parsaik, of the University of Texas Medical School in Houston.

Mild cognitive impairment, in particular, is reasoning to be an early warning sign of the memory-robbing disorder Alzheimer’s disease, the contemplation authors said in a university news release. In conducting the study, Parsaik’s team examined a group of more than 1900 people, including those with mild and more severe cases of hypothyroidism. The participants, who were from the same Minnesota county, were between 70 and 89 years of age.

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