Association Between Cardiovascular Risk Factors And Cognitive Impairment In People With Schizophrenia

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A Review on Relationship between Type II Diabetes and

examine the evidence of association between cognitive impairment or dementia and the presence of T2DM. They found there is an association between T2DM and cognitive impairment. There is also evidence to increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease in T2DM, and a strong interaction with other factors such as

Brain Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Highlights

mates that more than 35 million people are affected by de-mentia, and its incidence is expected to increase 3-fold by 2050.1 Among the various modifiable risk factors that impact cognitive functions, cardiovascular diseases and especially hypertension are the most challenging and diffuse ones.

Sigfried Schouws

Chapter 3 Cognitive impairment in early and late bipolar disorder 39 Chapter 4 Risk factors for cognitive impairment in elderly bipolar patients 55 Chapter 5 Self-reported cognitive complaints in elderly bipolar patients 71 Chapter 6 Cognitive decline in elderly bipolar patients: a follow-up study 83 Chapter 7 General discussion 99 Summary 113

Prevalence of Cognitive Impairment in Community-Dwelling

between normal cognitive aging and mild dementia. Elderly people with this impairment represent an at-risk group for the development of dementia. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of cognitive impairment in community-dwelling older adults by Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and its relationship with socio-demographic

Risk factors for dementia - Alzheimer's

Risk factors for dementia. Factsheet 450. LP. April 2016. Dementia is the condition that people over 50 fear the most. It is often a particular concern for the 1 in 4 people aged over 55 who already have a

The relationship between serum uric acid and cognitive

tion after controlling for cardiovascular risk factors [18]. A large cross-sectional study consisting of 10,039 Chinese community-dwelling participants aged ≥55years indicated that high serum UA was associated with a decreased risk of cognitive impairment after adjusting for age, sex, life-style, relevant diseases and the apolipoprotein E (APOE)

Sudden cardiac death and antipsychotics Part 2: Monitoring

cardiovascular disease. In addition, several drugs appear to increase the likelihood of diabetes and weight gain, which may have an additive adverse effect. On the basis of risk of sudden cardiac death and risk of QTc prolongation we suggest considering antipsychotics in two categories higher and lower risk. Of

Providing care for patients with schizophrenia

Cardiovascular disease in people with schizophrenia Risk factors include obesity, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, metabolic symptoms Present at rates 1.5-5 times greater than the general population In a cohort of chronic schizophrenic patients, 41% had metabolic symptoms

Air pollution and urbanicity: common risk factors for

social, emotional, perceptual, and cognitive domains. 5. A biological association between schizophrenia and dementia has been debated for a long time, since Emil Kraepelin named schizophrenia as dementia praecox (premature dementia). The question of whether cognitive impairment is a core feature of schizophrenia is still a matter of debate.

Cannabinoid Receptor Gene Variations in Drug Addiction and

1359 G/A CNR1 tag SNP Associated with antipsychotic response but not schizophrenia [27] CNR1 SNPs No association with cognitive impairment in MS [99] CB2, CNR2 SNPs and haplotypes Associated with human osteoporosis [47] CNR2 SNPs Not associated with cardiovascular risk factors [82] CNR2 SNPs Associated with bone mass [100]

e n e t i c es e Journal of Genetic Syndromes & Tripathy et

and delusions, conceptual disorganization, cognitive impairment, and frequently, the presence of negative symptoms such as alogia, affective flattening, and avolition. In conclusion, our results support the idea that the Angiotensin-converting enzyme, DD genotype and its ACE levels are important risk factors for schizophrenia. However; further

Air Pollution risk and avoidance -

interventions, and risk factors. Neuroscientists evaluate the potential benefit (or harm) for brain health, as well as for age-related health concerns that can affect brain health (e.g., cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes/metabolic syndrome). In addition, these reports

Linkage of Cognitive Impairments With Metabolic Disorders in

reported an association between dementia and car-diovascular risk factors, which include obesity and hypertension, but such fi ndings were based on gen-eral population investigations, not on schizophrenia samples. Thus, the fi ndings of Friedman et al. imply that the two worst outcomes in schizophrenia high functional disability (attributed

Injecting Pharmaceutical Skill into Schizophrenia Care

Nov 15, 2019 Schizophrenia is a chronic, debilitating, serious mental illness (SMI) that affects approximately 0.3 to 0.7% of the global population. Patients with schizophrenia have a significant decline in life expectancy. In a comparison of 220 unique dis-ease conditions, acute schizophrenia was shown to impose the highest degree of


interventions, and risk factors. Neuroscientists evaluate the potential benefit (or harm) for brain health, as well as for age-related health concerns that can affect brain health (e.g., cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes/metabolic syndrome). In addition, these reports

Gender Differences in Cognitive Impairment among Rural

May 25, 2020 of modifiable risk factors as a first step in order to develop e ective preventive strategies. There is su cient evidence from observational studies conducted in high-income countries (HICs) that supports the association between several modifiable risk factors and a reduced risk for cognitive impairment and dementia [3,4].

Diabetes, Psychiatric Disorders, and the Metabolic Effects of

diovascular risk factors, in particular, tobacco use.16 Additional studies have found the prevalence of both diabetes and obesity to be two to four times high-er in people with schizophrenia than in the general population,17,18 with overall prevalence estimates for diabetes among patients with schizophrenia ranging from 16 to 25%.17,19

Disability Status, Mortality, and Leading Causes of Death in

Dec 04, 2013 A complication of the disability-mortality association is that people with disabilities are prone to higher behavioral health risks that affect morbidity and mortality. For example, people with disabilities are more likely to be obese,12 14 to smoke,14 and to be physically inactive,15 all risk factors for premature mortality. Additional

Metabolic Disturbances in Schizophrenia Patients With

schizophrenia. The major risk factors for cardiovascular disease include obesity, dyslipidemia, hypertension and hyperglycemia. These risk factors are key elements defining the metabolic syndrome (4).The heightened health risks associated with schizophrenia and the medications used in its treatment, together with the belief

Original article The Association Between Body Mass Index and

reduction in the risk of cognitive impairment in the elderly people.21 Up to now, there has been some controversy about the outcomes of overweight and obesity in elder people. Thus, more studies are needed to confirm this evidence. Moreover, a limited number of studies have evaluated the association between BMI and

Serious Mental Illness, Neighborhood Disadvantage, and Type 2

of life.7,9,10,12-14 Studies have reported that people with both schizophrenia and type 2 diabetes have worse cognitive deficit than schizophrenia without diabetes or diabetes alone, which can significantly impede their social rehabilitation and lead to poor clinical and functional outcomes.15,16 802025

Association between Oral Health Status and Cognitive Function

of teeth, periodontitis, root caries may be associated with cognitive impairment in older adults. However, these factors contributing to oral health and cognitive impairment are distinctly different for developed and developing countries [7]. Hence, this cross sectional study was designed to assess the association between oral health

AETIOLOGY Depressive symptoms in elderly people are

Depressive symptoms in elderly people are associated with an increased risk of developing mild cognitive impairment independently of vascular disease Barnes DE, Alexopoulos GS, Lopez OL, et al. Depressive symptoms, vascular disease, and mild cognitive impairment findings from the cardiovascular health study. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2006;63:273 80.

Research Article Duration of Type 2 Diabetes and Very Low

despite their elevated risk for impairment. Computerized testing in adults with TD that met criteria for NCEP metabolic syndrome revealed that cognitive impairment was prevalent, including % in tests of memory, % in attention, and % in executive function.

Gut microbiota An intermediary between metabolic syndrome and

at least three of interrelated cardiovascular risk-factor abnormalities, cognitive impairment in schizophrenia, and provides evidence for a has also been concluded to affect cognitive

Lifestyle Modulators of Neuroplasticity: How Physical

Association, and the American Association of Retired Per-sons (AARP). Accordingly, the purpose of this review is to (1) explicate key lifestyle factors (in particular PA, cognitive engagement, and diet) that can be harnessed to enhance neuroplasticity and optimal brain health; (2) explore the putative mechanisms by which these factors affect age-

low uric acid is a risk factor in mild cognitive impairment

Background: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) represents a transitional stage between normal aging and dementia. Uric acid is a water-soluble antioxidant found in the body. Many recent studies have found that uric acid plays an important role in cognitive impairment, although the effects of uric acid on MCI are not clear.

Oral Health Status in Older People with Dementia: A Case

Jan 27, 2021 on the relationship between oral health and cognitive status [14 23]. In particular, research has centered on the association between the number of teeth in the mouth and cognitive function, though the results of the longitudinal observational studies on the effect of tooth loss upon cognitive function have been inconsistent. A

The association between serum homocysteine and depression: A

aemia, may be a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, Parkinson's disease and cognitive impairment.8-11 It is also associated with neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia and anxiety.12,13 Hyperhomocysteinaemia can be caused by impaired renal

Open access Protocol Study protocol for the systematic review

1. Identify studies investigating an association between schizophrenia and bone fragility (defined as BMD, bone loss, osteoporosis, fracture, bone quality and bone turnover). 2. Assess the quality of each included study. 3. Identify any potential confounding and/or mediating factors in the link between schizophrenia and bone fragility. METHODS

Effects of Type 2 Diabetes on 12-Year Cognitive Change

Despite the increased risk of dementia and cognitive impairment, studies into the cognitive trajectories of patients with type 2 diabetes have been incon-clusive. Although some studies showed that cognitive decline in diabetic patients is largely within the range of normal aging (5 7), others have shown a greater cogni-

Neurological and psychiatric associations in bullous

An association between BP and epilepsy has also been described: Patients with BP have a reported risk ratio of epilepsy between 1.7 and 7.8.[20,31,34] Of note, a recent meta-analysis concluded that there is high heterogeneity between the studies which have analysed this association.[26] Perhaps this heterogeneity reflects the fact that ep-


Dementia and cognitive impairment are the leading chronic disease contributors to disability, and, particularly, dependence among older people worldwide. While older people can often cope well, and remain reasonably independent even with marked physical disability, the onset of cognitive impairment quickly compromises

Psychological Medicine Risk of dementia associated with

Background. Recent research has identified several potentially modifiable risk factors for dementia, including mental disorders. Psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia and delu-sional disorder, have also been associated with increased risk of cognitive impairment and

FULFILLING THE GLASS: Association between an Integrated

Spain there are around 400.000 people diagnosed of schizophrenia (3). The age of onset is between the late teens and the mid 30s, being slightly more prevalent among males, with a 1.42:1.00 ratio (4), with the peak of onset being earlier than in females (2).

Effects of Marijuana on Mental Health: Psychotic Disorders

distinguish between psychosis as a syndrome and psychosis-like experiences or psychotomimetic effects.8 Psychotic disorders generally consist of a mix of positive, negative, and cognitive symptoms that are generally stable over periods of weeks, months, or years. Positive symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, and thought-alienation phenomena.

Medications and Fall Risk in the Elderly - HSAG

May 24, 2016 Modifiable and Non-Modifiable Risk Factors Risk Factors for Falls Age Lower Extremity Weakness Visual/ Auditory Impairment Cognitive Impairment/ Dementia Polypharmacy (≥4 meds) Female Gender Comorbidities Environment Balance/Gait Impairment History of Falls/Fractures 5) Van Voast Moncada, 2011 4

Open Access Full Text Article Association between IL-6 and

schizophrenia in the United States is 40.9%,10 which is significantly higher compared to the general population.11 MetS and its components are important risk factors for developing cognitive impairment and dementia.12,13 Our previous preliminary findings indicated that schizophrenia patients with MetS had poorer cognitive functions than

Early-life events. Effects on aging

on cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, cognitive impairment, depression and osteoporosis. For other common disorders such as cancer, the reader is re-ferred to recent reviews.32,33 Early-lifE origins of spEcific adult disEasEs Cardiovascular disease. Low birth weight has con-sistently been shown as a risk factor of coronary heart

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association between pain duration and cortical thickness mainly in fronto-temporal areas.11 Further, studies report-ing brain changes in people with sleep disorders18 25 are increasing. For example, in a longitudinal analysis in cog-nitively normal older adults,26 those participants who