Scientists find older Internet users are half as likely to have dementia 18:18

American scientists from New York University have found that active internet users among the elderly are half as likely to experience dementia as their peers who rarely go online. To work published in the scientific journal of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (JAGS).

Experts analyzed data from 18,154 people between 2002 and 2018. Participants were between 50 and 65 years old at the start of the experiment. It turns out that regular internet users are 57% less likely to develop dementia than those who rarely or never go online.

Those who were least at risk of developing dementia, according to the report, were those who spent between six minutes and two hours a day on the global network. However, when the average session duration exceeded 120 minutes, the probability of encountering senile dementia began to increase gradually.

ancient scientists can It reverses the process that causes Alzheimer’s disease.

Source: Gazeta


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