Sustained stress can trigger memory loss: Study

Sustained stress can trigger memory loss: Study

Many of us might find ourselves under stress for one or the other of the reasons, like a difficult job, a bad marriage, a boss too demanding, or maybe, any of our bad decisions. But are these reasons really worth letting ourselves come under so much stress? Probably not. Stress can have detrimental effect on us, and if it continues for too long, it may even cause a memory loss, says a recent study by the Ohio University.

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The link between antidepressants and Alzheimer’s

The link between antidepressants and Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia across the United States. As per the 2016 report by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, nearly 5.4 million Americans of all ages are afflicted with AD. However, the problem is more prevalent in the aging population as its first symptoms appear at the age of 65 or beyond. The associated risks of the disease also rise with age. Read more