New research reveals a common—gross—virus may be to blame for Alzheimer’s.

How Sex Can Lead to Alzheimer’s

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Excited scientists say they’ve made a major discovery in the race to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

A renowned group of dementia experts believe the herpes virus may cause Alzheimer’s.

For years, scientists have known that plaque and protein buildup in the brain leads to cognitive decline.

In an editorial in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, the scientists suggest viruses like herpes cause the buildup. Targeting the virus could halt the onset of dementia.1

A Swedish study of over 3,000 people found that having herpes antibodies doubles the risk of Alzheimer’s.

Another study of 360 Alzheimer’s patients found a significant association between the herpes virus and Alzheimer’s. One researcher went so far as to say the data showed that 40-50% of Alzheimer’s cases were due to herpes.2

People often get herpes simplex type 1 (HSV-1) as a child. Another type of herpes, HSV-2, is spread among adults. This usually happens through sexual contact. The viruses can manifest themselves as cold sores or genital warts. Up to 90% of the world’s population carries the herpes virus.

Lead researcher, Dr. Hugo Lovheim of Umea University, said he hopes to start clinical studies to see if antiviral therapies stop Alzheimer’s.

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In Good Health,

Angela Salerno
Publisher, INH Health Watch

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