飲用紅酒能預防腦退化症

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适度饮用葡萄酒能降低脑退化症的患病及死亡风险。一项新的研究,来自南丹麦欧登塞大学的科学家表明,每天平均喝一杯葡萄酒,可以大大降低老年痴呆和脑退化症的患病及死亡风险,且降低的幅度概率可达到77%。

该研究的标题为 ”酒精摄取量与有患有轻度老年痴呆症患者的死亡人数:一项前瞻性的研究。” 分析了共321名脑退化症在初始阶段的患者的酒精摄取。结果表明,那些适度饮酒的患者比其他:那些喝的很少很节制,或喝非常多的患者具有较低的死亡率。研究人员认为两个或三个单位间的酒精摄取量是最均等的,平均取值于相当于一杯酒(220毫升)至半瓶酒(330毫升)之间。

研究人员发现风险减少的最多值就在于对比适当饮酒和两面的高死亡率之间:那些节约和暴饮的人。这个结论非常惊人,当涉及到百分比值时:适度饮酒的人比其余两面人少77%的机率死于这个神经​​性疾病。

科学家之一的弗兰斯博士说他们的研究结果指出适度饮酒对脑退化症患者的死亡率有潜在,且正面相关的关系。

而英国脑退化症的研究科学家劳拉•菲普斯博士,补充道:“一些研究表明,适量饮酒可能对大脑有保护作用,但未来还需要进一步作研究,探讨这一点,帮助确立一个对健康的人以及那些患有老年痴呆症的患者有一个特定的“安全”酒精摄取量级别。“目前的建议指南建议,女性应该摄取大約达2〜3个单位,而男性则是3〜4个。
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Moderate drinking appears to lower the risk of dying from Alzheimer’s disease, a new study suggests. Scientists from the University of Southern Denmark Odense discovered that drinking around a glass of wine a day appears to lower the risk of death from dementia by 77%.

The study, entitled “Alcohol consumption and mortality in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease: a prospective cohort study” analysed the alcohol consumption in a total of 321 individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s in an initial stage. The results indicated that those who drink moderately has a lower mortality rate than others: abstemious, those who drink very little and those who drink very much. The investigators considered as moderate the consumption of two or three units of alcohol per day, the equivalent to a measure between a glass of wine (220 ml.) and almost half a bottle (330 ml.)

The risk decrease found its highest values when the comparison is made between moderate consumers with both groups with the highest mortality: the abstemious and those who drink too much. The conclusion is surprising, in what comes to percentage values: individuals who drink moderately have 77% less chances of dying from this neurologic disease.

Dr. Frans Boch Waldorff, one of the scientists, said that “The results of our study point towards a potential, positive association of moderate alcohol consumption on mortality in patients with Alzheimer’s disease”.
Dr. Laura Phipps from Alzheimer’s Research UK, added: “Some studies have suggested that moderate alcohol intake could have a protective effect on the brain but further research is needed to explore this and help determine a specific ‘safe’ level of alcohol consumption for healthy people and those living with dementia.” Current guidelines suggest that women should drink up to 2 to 3 units per day, and men 3 to 4