Caution , make potbelly Reduced Brain

This is a reminder for those who feel her more ” elastic ” or belly ring continues to ” swell ” . Recent findings reveal experts in America , big belly ring can make your brain shrink !

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” Overweight or obesity is closely associated with increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, which are also associated with disturbances in cognitive ability , ” says Antonio Convit , researchers from New York University School of Medicine.

In his study , Convit want to make sure whether obesity also has a direct impact on the physical structure of the human brain .

As part of risetnya , it uses the method of imaging magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI ) to compare the brains of 44 volunteers and 19 obese volunteers slender body . Volunteers are involved in the study of age and have similar backgrounds .

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The results showed , those who are obese have more fluid in the amygdala , the brain region involved in feeding behavior . Research also indicates the size of the smaller orbitofrontal cortices in large stomach twisted volunteers . The orbitofrontal cortices as critical to control impulses and behavior of participating in a meal.

” That means that only a few neuronal cells ( the volunteers berobesitas ) , or the neuronal cells shrink , ” says Convit as quoted by New Scientist .
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Diabetes and cognitive disorders
Based on the literature of health , functional insulin – regulate the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats in the body , also serves to control of supply of dopamine to the brain . Dopamine is a neurotransmitter substance of the brain needed to focus attention , appreciation , and motor activity .

Lack of insulin can interfere with the activity of dopamine that result in a disruption of the brain such as depression , Parkinson’s disease , schizophrenia , and attention – deficit hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) .

These studies are grown now assert that changing lifestyle factors, particularly doing exercise regularly , may be an effective way to defuse the risk of brain disorders in old age.

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