A Study on Several Aspects of Alzheimer ’s disease

  • Dr Kamala Kant Parashar


Alzheimer's disease is one of the most frequent types of dementia that affects nerve cells throughout the brain. Pathologically, it is caused by intracellular neurofibrillary tangles and extracellular amyloidal protein, which leads to plaque formation and obstructs nerve cell transmission, resulting in this neurodegenerative illness. Alzheimer's disease need early detection in order to get successful treatment. Because the number of Alzheimer's disease patients is increasing at an alarming rate, new technology must be used to battle the condition. This paper discusses several concepts related to Alzheimer’s disease. It discusses several risk factors in Alzheimer’s such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, etc. It also discusses several reasons which might be the cause behind this disease. It also discusses several prevention methods for this disease. Several other important concepts have been discussed. Many studies on biomarkers, proteomics, and genomes have been done in recent years and continue to be conducted. Despite these studies, there are still a number of obstacles that must be addressed. Technology alone will not be enough to combat the disease; standardisation of procedures and approaches is critical for preserving consistency and achieving a high level of reliability.