CORRELATION BETWEEN AGING AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: A REVIEWAbstract
Dementia, commonly Alzheimer’s disorder (AD), is a developing pandemic that presents profound challenges to healthcare systems, families, and societies in the course of the world. Alzheimer’s disorder, referred to as an innovative multifarious neurodegenerative disorder, is the essential motive for dementia in a late person’s life; brain developing older performs a pivotal feature in the pathogenesis and improvement of Alzheimer’s disease. Oxidative stress, a circumstance of unbalance between reactive oxygen species and antioxidants, provides a robust contribution to the excessive incidence of AD in old age subjects. The normal getting older technique is related to declines in positive cognitive abilities, such as processing speed and some factors of memory, language, visuospatial function, and executive function. Research in neurology has mounted decreases in the quantity of gray and white matter and upgrades in the feature of white matter that might also lead to cognitive changes determined with aging. It is necessary to think about these natural cognitive modifications because, first, they can have an effect on the daily functioning of an older adult, and second, they can assist differentiate normal from disorder states. In this study, we will pay attention to the correlation and impact of aging on cognitive functioning and memory loss in aged human beings due to Alzheimer’s disease, with early prevention and remedy to limit the cause of Alzheimer’s disease at an early stage of aging.
Vanita G. Kanase * and Shilpa Sarvagod
Department of Pharmacology, Oriental College of Pharmacy, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
04 July 2021
25 September 2021
30 September 2021
01 May 2022