Saturday, July 27, 2019

Diet Soda increases the risk of Dementia and stroke

Diet Soda increases the risk of Dementia and stroke, learn how

Overdose of diet soda can increase the risk of dementia and stroke. A study conducted by researchers from Boston University's School of Medicine revealed this. Drinks like diet soda contain artificial sweeteners like aspertamasm and sacran, which can make drinks harmful to our health. The study report has been published in the American Heart Association's journal Stroke.

For this study, the researchers monitored about 4,000 people, 3,000 of whom showed the possibility of developing dementia or stroke. When a follow-up was taken from them 10 years later, it was revealed that those who consumed drinks such as diet soda were at a high risk of Alzheimer's and stroke.

Soda is harmful to the internal organs of the body.

Diet, age, fitness attention given on several factors
When the team of researchers noted the rest of these factors such as diet, smoking conditions, fitness and age, it was found that they were more likely to develop health problems. However, the most interesting thing was that the team was unable to explain the link between the three. The study was observational and required further research to find out whether diet soda was the cause of dementia and stroke.

3 percent to stroke and 5 percent to dementia

Matthew Paes, a senior fellow at Boston University School of Medicine, told a news portal, "Even though some people are three times more likely to develop a stroke or dementia problem, it is not by luck." "Our research showed that 3 per cent of people had strokes and 5 percent were at risk of dementia. So, we are still talking about a small number of them