Holy Hormones Journal! Neurological disease and deaths are starting to appear at a younger age. This is due to the lack of nutrition getting to the brain affecting hormone production and balance – and subsequently the endocrine and immune systems. How many of you are living in a brain fog – or a drug induced brain fog?
The increase in percentage of women how died from neurological death in the last 30 years – 92% is frightening. One most take into account the number of toxins crossing the blood brain barrier – including medications, vaccines AND synthetic hormones in birth control and hormone replacement therapy. Throw in the cell phone use – and we become really muddled.
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Brain Diseases Affecting More People and Starting Earlier Than Ever Before
May 10, 2013 — Professor Colin Pritchard’s latest research published in journal Public Health has found that the sharp rise of dementia and other neurological deaths in people under 74 cannot be put down to the fact that we are living longer. The rise is because a higher proportion of old people are being affected by such conditions — and what is really alarming, it is starting earlier and affecting people under 55 years.
Of the 10 biggest Western countries the USA had the worst increase in all neurological deaths, men up 66% and women 92% between 1979-2010. The UK was 4th highest, men up 32% and women 48%. In terms of numbers of deaths, in the UK, it was 4,500 and now 6,500, in the USA it was 14,500 now more than 28,500 deaths.
Professor Pritchard of Bournemouth University says: “These statistics are about real people and families, and we need to recognise that there is an ‘epidemic’ that clearly is influenced by environmental and societal changes.”
Tessa Gutteridge, Director YoungDementia UK says that our society needs to learn that dementia is increasingly affecting people from an earlier age: “The lives of an increasing number of families struggling with working-age dementia are made so much more challenging by services which fail to keep pace with their needs and a society which believes dementia to be an illness of old age.”
Bournemouth University researchers, Professor Colin Pritchard and Dr Andrew Mayers, along with the University of Southampton’s Professor David Baldwin show that there are rises in total neurological deaths, including the dementias, which are starting earlier, impacting upon patients, their families and health and social care services, exemplified by an 85% increase in UK Motor Neurone Disease deaths.
The research highlights that there is an alarming ‘hidden epidemic’ of rises in neurological deaths between 1979-2010 of adults (under 74) in Western countries, especially the UK.
Total neurological deaths in both men and women rose significantly in 16 of the countries covered by the research, which is in sharp contrast to the major reductions in deaths from all other causes.