Washington: In a new study, researchers have shown the combined effect of neuroprotective therapies - voluntary physical exercise and daily intake of melatonin, against Alzheimer’s.According to a group of researchers from the Barcelona Biomedical Research Institute (IIBB), in collaboration with the University of Granada and the Autonomous University of Barcelona, daily voluntary exercise and daily intake of melatonin, both of which are known for the effects they have in regulating circadian rhythm, show a synergistic effect against brain deterioration in the 3xTg-AD mouse, which has three mutations of Alzheimer’s disease.“For years we have known that the combination of different anti-aging therapies such as physical exercise, a Mediterranean diet, and not smoking adds years to one’s life,” Coral Sanfeliu, from the IIBB, told SINC.“Now it seems that melatonin, the sleep hormone, also has important anti-aging effects,” Sanfeliu said.
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