Menopause triggers metabolic changes in the brain that increase women’s risk of Alzheimer’s


Going through menopause may increase women’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, a new study has found.

The report from the University of Arizona found that women who have transitioned to menopause have lower levels of glucose in their brains, which makes them more susceptible to the illness.

Researchers who worked on the report said that their study could prove beneficial to the 850 million women worldwide who live with Alzheimer’s.

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