Cases Of Dementia Could Increase By Three Times, Experts Say

Dementia Is A Silent Disease That Takes A Person From The Ladder Of Loneliness To The Brink Of Death. All Over The World It Is Seen As A Dangerous Disease That Badly Affects The Human Brain And Nerves In Old Age.

This disease, which occurs in old age, weakens a person mentally and emotionally and over time, the disease becomes more severe.

Experts warn that the number of dementia cases worldwide could triple in the next three decades.

According to a report in the British online newspaper The Mail, experts have predicted that due to a sedentary lifestyle and poor diet, the number of dementia cases worldwide could increase by 152.8 million by 2050.

Researchers at the University of Washington have studied health data around the world between 1999 and 2019, and predicted the future of dementia.

Experts say that the rate of dementia cases worldwide will reach 152.8 million by 2050, compared to 57.4 million in 2019. Similarly, cases of dementia are expected to increase by 166% by 2050.

According to research, diseases such as obesity and high blood sugar can also lead to an increase in the rate of dementia in the elderly population.

According to the study, countries in Africa, North Africa and the Middle East are most likely to see an increase in the disease.

Emma Nichols, a researcher at the University of Washington, says the study will help policymakers and decision-makers better understand the expected increase in the number of people with dementia and the causes and triggers for it in specific geographic environments.

Remember that this disease has not yet been accepted in our society, which is why its victims face bitter and heartbreaking sentences. These patients suffer a lot, sometimes they are called insane and sometimes they are physically abused.

The number of his patients in Pakistan is said to be in the millions. It is very unfortunate that his treatment facilities are almost non-existent. Despite the fact that dementia patients need special care, there is no adequate care for patients at public or private levels.

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