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5 signs of dementia your loved one may be showing now — even doctors don’t know these 5 signs — check these right now

Dementia is becoming an increasing problem – it’s something that is associated with poor sleep, gut problems and certain nutrient deficiencies.

But as with most health problems, at its root, dementia is a problem with energy production.

And thyroid function is one of the most important factors in energy production throughout the body.

The thyroid gland produces hormones which are needed to unlock energy production inside every cell of the body.

Unsurprisingly, insufficient supply of thyroid hormones is strongly related with the risk of developing dementia.

Proper assessment and proper treatment of hypothyroidism could massively decrease the rates of dementia in people over 65.

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The human research was carried out at the University of Arizona. The paper was published in Neurology.

Dementia and thyroid problems are common health issues worldwide.

“Dementia has been gaining attention in aging societies and is estimated to affect 50 million adults globally in 2020, and 12% of the US population may develop a thyroid disorder in their lifetime.”

Though there are plenty of mechanistic links, there has been little research looking at the relationship between thyroid conditions and dementia directly in humans.

“There have been limited studies investigating the correlation between thyroid disorder and dementia.”

The authors of this study decided to learn more by creating a case-control study where they would compare different groups of people.

“Our large nationwide population-based case-control study utilized the Taiwanese National Health Insurance Research Database.”

They compared almost 8,000 people who had been diagnosed with dementia against the same number who did not have a diagnosis.

“7,843 adults with newly diagnosed dementia without a previous history of dementia or neurodegenerative disease between 2006 and 2013 were identified and included in our study.”

The researchers took care to make sure that the 2 groups were as similar as possible in all demographic and health factors.

“7,843 adults without dementia diagnosis prior to the index date were age and gender matched as controls.”

The researchers looked to see if people had been diagnosed with high thyroid function (hyperthyroidism) or low thyroid function (hypothyroidism).

“Diagnosis of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism prior to the diagnosis of dementia or the same index date was identified.”

The researchers then corrected the data for other risk factors which are commonly believed to increase the risk of dementia.

These risk factors include…

“… age, history of hypertension, diabetes, coronary artery disease, depression, hyperlipidemia, alcohol dependence syndrome, tinnitus, hearing loss, and radioactive iodine treatment.”

The research showed that low thyroid function increases the risk of developing dementia by over 80% in people over the age of 65.

Even when all other major risk factors are accounted for.

“Among over 65’s, a history of hypothyroidism was associated with an increased risk of being diagnosed with dementia (adjusted odds ratio 1.81).”

The study showed that the risk was significantly higher for people who had been prescribed thyroid treatments.

Over 65s taking thyroid treatments were more than 3x more likely to develop dementia.

“This association was most significant among patients aged 65 years or older with a history of hypothyroidism who received ‘treatments’ (adjusted odds ratio 3.17).”

This may be because these people had more severe hypothyroidism – requiring treatment.

It may also be due to inadequate treatment or the fact that many people are simply given T4, which can actually make their thyroid condition worse.

(People should be given T4 and T3 until the blood levels of both of these hormones are optimized.)

“Those over 65 with a history of hypothyroidism were associated with an 81% increased risk of having dementia and there was an over 3-fold increased dementia risk with thyroid conditions that required thyroid hormone replacement treatment.”

The researchers called for high-quality studies to be carried out in future to learn more about this problem.

But given the mechanisms of hypothyroidism and dementia there can be little doubt that the relationship is real.

“Future well-controlled prospective longitudinal studies should be conducted to elucidate these potential mechanisms and relationships.”

Thyroid hormones are essential for unlocking the energy producing capacity of every cell in the body…

And hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormones) leads to an energy deficiency – something which can cause problems anywhere in the body.

So now you know the sign that a man may be developing dementia.

And these include:

  1. Low body temperature
  2. On multiple medications
  3. Balding
  4. Type 2 diabetes, or hypertension, or GERD
  5. Belly fat but difficulty building muscles in arms and legs

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Thyroid Disorders and Dementia Risk: A Nationwide Population-Based Case-ControlStudyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35794019/