Taking half a year of fish oil to improve memory

The decline in memory affects the lives of many people. Previous studies have shown that fish oil rich in omega-3 fatty acids can help patients with cognitive impairment to improve the symptoms of memory loss. According to the British “Daily Mail” reported on January 10, fish oil is also helpful for the memory of healthy people, continuous service for 6 months can play a very good effect.

Scientists at the University of Laval in Canada have conducted a summary of several studies involving the relationship between DHA (a substance widely found in fish oil) and memory. In a study involving 485 healthy elderly with normal memory decline, the subjects continued to take fish oil supplements for 24 weeks. Compared with the placebo group, the elderly who took fish oil improved significantly in memory scores, and this The effect of improving memory is particularly evident in those with mild memory, cognitive impairment, or psychological stress caused by chronic diseases and mental illness.

Dr. Carrie Luxton, a British public health dietitian, highly praised and endorsed the findings. She explained that the role of omega-3 fatty acids is to promote mutual communication and communication between nerve cells and improve memory. If you feel that your memory is not good, you may wish to eat more fish or take fish oil supplements, which may be effective after 6 months.