Taking Viagra Cuts the Risk of Alzheimer's by 69%


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Yes, you read that RIGHT. According to study taking Viagra helps prevent Alzheimer's by 69%.

The research suggests that the drug may help boost brain health and cut level of toxic proteins that trigger dementia!

How crazy is that?! The data that was analyzed on 7.2 million US adults showed that regular users had almost a 70% lower chance of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's over the next six years.

So no scientist are planning a fresh study to test the benefit of sildenafil-the generic version of viagra in early Alzheimer's patients.

This would be awesome if this can be something that can help fight Alzheimer's in the future!

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