Scientists have found that by maintaining a healthy weight, a person will be able to maintain the structure of the brain if he is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. This was reported by Mir 24. The results of the study were published by the University of Sheffield. From the work, it became clear that being overweight can be an aggravating factor for brain health and can affect Alzheimer's disease. As a result, experts warn that maintaining a healthy weight is important for mild dementia. "Prevention plays an important role in combating a disease for which we still have no cure," said Professor Annalena Vennery of the NIHR Sheffield Biomedical Research Center. As noted by experts, weight loss is one of the first symptoms in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. This is explained by the fact that people forget to eat or snack on cookies or chips. Researchers studied brain MRI scans of 47 patients with a clinical diagnosis of mild dementia of Alzheimer's disease, 68 patients with mild cognitive impairment, and 57 cognitively healthy people. It turned out that in patients with mild dementia there is a positive relationship between obesity and the volume of gray matter around the right temporoparietal joint. Diseases indicated by bad breath have previously been named. To combat halitosis, the physician recommends monitoring oral hygiene and seeking help from a dentist.