Washington, Drinking alcohol affects the ability of brain cells to eliminate amploid plaque, and such people increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Researchers at the University of Chicago, have found that some genes affected by alcohol and inflammation inhibit amploid beta in the process of cleansing.
These proteins produce plaques in the brain, causing harm to the neuronal and decreasing cognitive ability. It is linked to Alzheimer’s. There has been a difference in the findings of the study of the use of alcohol and Alzheimer’s relationship. This study has been published in ‘Journal of Neuroinflamation’.