Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

Nondrinker coffee have higher incidence rate of Parkinson’s diseases
(credit to faculty. washington)

Researchers from Hawaii observed who drinks a lot of coffee had lower incidence rate of Parkinson's diseases.

The observations on more than 8 thousand people for 30 years was divided in five categories as shown at above graph:
- Non drinkers
- drink 4 to 8 oz of coffee per day
- drink 12 to 16 oz of coffee per day
- drink 20 to 24 oz of coffee per day
- drink 28 oz or more of coffee per day

The finding showed also that other drinks did not likely to contribute to Parkinson’s diseases. The drinks which contain caffeine are:
- Chocolate
- Black tea
- Green tea
- Cola drinks
- Mountain Dew
- Dr. Pepper


A cup of black coffee (without sugar)

The question then: How drink coffee could reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases?

Coffee contains caffeine which include in chemical members called as Xanthine. In the brain, Xanthine is equal to Adenosine.

General speaking, If Adenosine increase in the brain, then, arousal or wakefulness will be promoted.

On the opposite, if Adenosine binds to its receptor, we will feel sleepiness. It is because:
- nerve cell activities are slowing down
- oxygen are dilated (more oxygen during we are sleeping)

In respect to Parkinson’s diseases, if Adenosine block its receptor, the dopamine of neurotransmitter will increase.

Increasing of dopamine level is believed to lower risk to get Parkinson’s diseases.

Relation of dopamine and Parkinson’s diseases may be read in my previous post (How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases?

19 comments:

  1. This is interesting. I drink coffee.

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      Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4
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      Nondrinker coffee have higher incidence rate of Parkinson’s diseases
      (credit to faculty. washington)

      Researchers from Hawaii observed who drinks a lot of coffee had lower incidence rate of Parkinson's diseases.

      The observations on more than 8 thousand people for 30 years was divided in five categories as shown at above graph:
      - Non drinkers
      - drink 4 to 8 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 12 to 16 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 20 to 24 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 28 oz or more of coffee per day

      The finding showed also that other drinks did not likely to contribute to Parkinson’s diseases. The drinks which contain caffeine are:
      - Chocolate
      - Black tea
      - Green tea
      - Cola drinks
      - Mountain Dew
      - Dr. Pepper

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  2. Interesting info, I drink coffee too. Thanks for sharing this.

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      Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4
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      A cup of black coffee (without sugar)

      The question then: How drink coffee could reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases?

      Coffee contains caffeine which include in chemical members called as Xanthine. In the brain, Xanthine is equal to Adenosine.

      General speaking, If Adenosine increase in the brain, then, arousal or wakefulness will be promoted.

      On the opposite, if Adenosine binds to its receptor, we will feel sleepiness. It is because:
      - nerve cell activities are slowing down
      - oxygen are dilated (more oxygen during we are sleeping)

      In respect to Parkinson’s diseases, if Adenosine block its receptor, the dopamine of neurotransmitter will increase.

      Increasing of dopamine level is believed to lower risk to get Parkinson’s diseases.

      Relation of dopamine and Parkinson’s diseases may be read in my previous post (How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases?)

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  3. I drink a lot of coffee, so I seem to be safer.

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      Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4
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      Nondrinker coffee have higher incidence rate of Parkinson’s diseases
      (credit to faculty. washington)

      Researchers from Hawaii observed who drinks a lot of coffee had lower incidence rate of Parkinson's diseases.

      The observations on more than 8 thousand people for 30 years was divided in five categories as shown at above graph:
      - Non drinkers
      - drink 4 to 8 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 12 to 16 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 20 to 24 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 28 oz or more of coffee per day

      The finding showed also that other drinks did not likely to contribute to Parkinson’s diseases. The drinks which contain caffeine are:
      - Chocolate
      - Black tea
      - Green tea
      - Cola drinks
      - Mountain Dew
      - Dr. Pepper

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  4. Interesting research being done and I do like coffee.

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      Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4
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      A cup of black coffee (without sugar)

      The question then: How drink coffee could reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases?

      Coffee contains caffeine which include in chemical members called as Xanthine. In the brain, Xanthine is equal to Adenosine.

      General speaking, If Adenosine increase in the brain, then, arousal or wakefulness will be promoted.

      On the opposite, if Adenosine binds to its receptor, we will feel sleepiness. It is because:
      - nerve cell activities are slowing down
      - oxygen are dilated (more oxygen during we are sleeping)

      In respect to Parkinson’s diseases, if Adenosine block its receptor, the dopamine of neurotransmitter will increase.

      Increasing of dopamine level is believed to lower risk to get Parkinson’s diseases.

      Relation of dopamine and Parkinson’s diseases may be read in my previous post (How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases?)

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  5. Who knew? Sounds like coffee is the new green tea. :)

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      Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4
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      Nondrinker coffee have higher incidence rate of Parkinson’s diseases
      (credit to faculty. washington)

      Researchers from Hawaii observed who drinks a lot of coffee had lower incidence rate of Parkinson's diseases.

      The observations on more than 8 thousand people for 30 years was divided in five categories as shown at above graph:
      - Non drinkers
      - drink 4 to 8 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 12 to 16 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 20 to 24 oz of coffee per day
      - drink 28 oz or more of coffee per day

      The finding showed also that other drinks did not likely to contribute to Parkinson’s diseases. The drinks which contain caffeine are:
      - Chocolate
      - Black tea
      - Green tea
      - Cola drinks
      - Mountain Dew
      - Dr. Pepper

      Delete
  6. There's an idea. I'll drink to that!

    Coffee is good for some diseases but bad for others.
    It's good to have studies to know what is what.

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      Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4
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      A cup of black coffee (without sugar)

      The question then: How drink coffee could reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases?

      Coffee contains caffeine which include in chemical members called as Xanthine. In the brain, Xanthine is equal to Adenosine.

      General speaking, If Adenosine increase in the brain, then, arousal or wakefulness will be promoted.

      On the opposite, if Adenosine binds to its receptor, we will feel sleepiness. It is because:
      - nerve cell activities are slowing down
      - oxygen are dilated (more oxygen during we are sleeping)

      In respect to Parkinson’s diseases, if Adenosine block its receptor, the dopamine of neurotransmitter will increase.

      Increasing of dopamine level is believed to lower risk to get Parkinson’s diseases.

      Relation of dopamine and Parkinson’s diseases may be read in my previous post (How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases?)

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  7. I'm going to hold out hope they do a study that says tea drinkers are safe from everything since I don't drink coffee :)

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  8. Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

    useful info

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      General speaking, If Adenosine increase in the brain, then, arousal or wakefulness will be promoted.

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  9. Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

    I just knew

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  10. Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

    Thank you for sharing

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  11. I love to drink coffee.

    Could Drink Coffee reduce risk of Parkinson’s diseases? – Parkinson’s Diseases 4

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