Warning for medications that increase the risk of forgetfulness


Dementia is a combination of diseases that affect the human brain and cause him to forget many of his experiences, disrupt his ability to interact with others and even affect his daily life.

Forgetfulness can be caused by other factors because it is not the only sign that a person has Dementia, although it is one of the most common symptoms early on.

This illness can be caused by a number of factors, including those that can be avoided and others that you may not have to deal with according to your age, origins and history in relation to your family’s succession as it may affect your blood relationship.

On the other hand, there are things you can do to help reduce the risk of dementia, such as avoiding alcohol abuse, poor nutrition, and certain medications.

Recent research has shown that certain medications you take, can increase the risk of developing dementia even if you take them for a short period of time.

The report, published last year in the Psychiatric Times, states that taking “benzodiazepine” pills which is known to help treat anxiety, sleep deprivation and sudden depression; increases the risk of developing dementia even if one does not take the medication for a long time.

The drug, in addition to the name “benzodiazepine”, has other commercial names, including Klonopin, Valium, Librium and Ativan.

Eight of the 13 studies found that the benzodiazepine drug caused the highest risk of dementia, and 13 of the 13 studies found that taking the drug was suspicious and confusing for the remaining three years without any problems with the drug.

In 2016 there was a study published in BMJ that looked at the possible side effects of using this drug depending on how long someone took it. It has been shown that users often experience problems with forgetfulness even if they have been using it for a short time.

Researchers also say that deep research still needed to find further consequences that can be caused by benzodiazepine.

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