Fish oil and Aspirin may Cure Alzheimer

Fish oil and Aspirin may Cure Alzheimer

As per researchers from the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, Fish oil and aspirin might be used as weapons against the host of devastating chronic diseases.

The researchers discovered that fish oil and aspirin act in a manner that helps in brushing off the swelling that further is responsible for a host of illness.  These illnesses include heart disease, cancer, arthritis and Alzheimer's.

As per the researchers, both the products are known for their anti-inflammatory effects.  The researchers showed that they collectively are eligible in controlling the overactive responses of the immune system which results in long-term illnesses.

The researchers said when body undergoes the effect of something harmful or irritating, it biologically responses in a manner to get rid of it.  Thus the symptoms of swellings appear and symbolize the healing process of the body.

However, if a suffering person has a high-fat diet, the possibilities of disability to break the irritants increases.  This results in the immune system losing all control and resulting in the increased threat of disease.

The researchers concluded that they founded that one resolvin, termed D3, which is found in aspirin and omega-3 fatty acid found in fish oil continue to stay at the inflammation sight for  a longer period of time.  This may prove helpful in fighting uncontrolled inflammation.

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