experiencing heart disease symptoms caused by Insulin
Resistance-related Metabolic Syndrome and aged around 50 are
more likely to suffer from vascular dementia in their late 70s,
according to a report presented to the American Academy of
Additionally, some studies have examined the relationship
between Metabolic Syndrome and psychological risk factors such
as depression, anxiety, tension, current perceived stress and
anger. Researchers concluded that there was a reciprocal
association between anger and Metabolic Syndrome (2). In other
words, each side of the equation had an effect on the other –
those with Metabolic Syndrome were more likely to experience
depression, anxiety, tension etc. and those who were depressed,
anxious, stressed, etc. were more likely to develop Metabolic
The exact interaction of these conditions is unclear and it’s
still part of a complex neurobiological jigsaw puzzle that
scientists continue to study. Early data suggests, however, that
Alzheimer's patients showed improved memory after an infusion of
insulin, which speaks to the role of glucose metabolism in the
physiology of dementia.
with Type 2 Diabetes, who have twice the risk of developing
depression, showed marked improvement in depressive instances
when they received education and treatment for Insulin and
Metabolic Syndrome (3).
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(1) High blood pressure, cholesterol and weight
increase dementia risk - American Academy of Neurology 52nd Meeting, 2000
(2) The relationship between psychological risk attributes and the metabolic syndrome in healthy women: antecedent or consequence? - Raikkonen K, Matthews KA, Kuller LH. Department of Psychology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.CNS
Drugs, 2003, 17 (1):27-45
(3) The role of insulin resistance in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease: implications for treatment.
- Watson GS, Craft S., Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center, Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, Washington, USA.
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