Alzheimer’s Disease: Type 3 Diabetes

Diabetic Treatment Protects the Brain Against Alzheimer’s (Medireport)

Researchers have recently discovered that insulin shields the brain from toxic proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease, proving that Alzheimer’s may be a third form of diabetes. Alzheimer’s disease is actually a third form of diabetes. In other words, the same treatments used for diabetes can now be used for Alzheimer’s.

Renowned Alzheimer’s disease researcher William L Klein states that treatments to enhance insulin sensitivity in the brain could open up new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. “Sensitivity to insulin can decline with aging, which presents a novel risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease,” he explained, adding that, “our results demonstrate that bolstering insulin signaling [which reduces insulin resistance] can protect neurons [brain cells] from harm” Several studies have indicated that diabetic patients are ‘highly’ more prone to developing Alzheimer’s disease; it has been reported that diabetic patients who take insulin run a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Preventative measures for diabetes, such as a healthy diet and exercise, are also important in avoiding Alzheimer’s.

In Type 1 diabetes, the pancreas doesn’t make insulin. Tissue problems weakening insulin receptors cause Type 2 diabetes. ‘Type 3’ diabetes happens when insulin resistance happens in the brain. This resistance makes the brain more vulnerable to toxins that cause Alzheimer’s basically, diabetes takes over the brain.

Sticky plaques of amyloid beta proteins are typical of Alzheimer’s, which cause memory loss, confusion, and eventually death. Recent studies suggest that short strands of the protein attack memory-forming brain cells; when researchers treated rat nerve cells with insulin, it blocked these attacks. Several studies have indicated that diabetics are more prone to developing Alzheimer’s disease; it has been reported that diabetics who take insulin in addition to a diabetes drug run a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s than those who take insulin alone. These findings also suggest that preventative measures, such as a healthy diet and exercise, are important in avoiding diabetes as well as Alzheimer’s.

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