Curcumin may protect the brain after a traumatic brain injury
|Curcumin may protect the brain after a traumatic brain injury||Darrell Miller||01/08/19|
January 08, 2019 08:13 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Curcumin may protect the brain after a traumatic brain injury
Oxidative neurodegeneration is a process in which oxidative stress results in degeneration of the brain, often related to a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Studies are now showing that curcumin has protective abilities that can help decrease the brain's vulnerability to further injury as a result of oxidative stress. This could be due to several factors such as its anti-inflammatory properties, the way it increases antioxidants, and its natural healing properties that can aid in regeneration.
- Shockingly, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) affects several people in America. It is reported that they are sustained by about 2.8 million Americans every year.
- It has been calculated that traumatic brain injury, TBI, is a cause of all injury-related deaths in America by about 30 percent.
- Treatment for TBI which can include anything sufficient strong to cause brain injury to the head can include pain relief for mild cases, and ensuring adequate brain oxygen.
"When choosing a curcumin supplement, it is important to source one that is non-GMO, non-irradiated and preferably contains piperine (BioPerine) which enhances curcumin absorption by as much as 2,000 percent"