What’s the role of inflammation in dementia?

The brains of patients with Alzheimers (the most commonly seen form of dementia) consistently show the activated microglia and cytokines of inflammation. The mechanisms behind the onset of the various forms of dementia are still not clearly understood – but it is accepted that inflammation plays a key role in this progressively debilitating disease.

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Dr Mulgan, co-founder and CEO of LifeGuard, witnesses the impacts of the western lifestyle on the ageing process through his practice as a GP. A significant part of Dr Mulgan’s practice sees him providing care to residents in retirement homes. It was his desire to place a fence at the top of the cliff, instead of an ambulance at the bottom, that lead to our flagship product, LifeGuard Essentials.

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