Caffeine - A Daily Brew to Battle Parkinson's?

Caffeine - A Daily Brew to Battle Parkinson's?

A new study shows that caffeine can lower the risk of Parkinson's disease. Researchers analyzed data on over 184,000 individuals over 13 years. They found that coffee drinkers had a lower risk of developing Parkinson's. The study suggests an inverse relationship between caffeine consumption and the disease. Key metabolites like paraxanthine and theophylline in the blood were also linked to reduced risk. This aligns with previous research indicating caffeine's neuroprotective effects. While Parkinson's has no cure, caffeine might be a simple way to help those at higher risk.

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