Parkinson’s has been a disease on many researchers tables, but recently a newer investigation has occurred with ibuprofen as being a preventative drug in elders against Parkinson’s. Scientists have discovered that elderly people who consume ibuprofen on a regular basis ( two or more times a week) have a 38% chance of not acquiring the disease. This is solely for ibuprofen, other pain medications did not result otherwise.
The analysis of Parkinson’s disease being related to inflammation is not modern news, states Alessandro Di Rocco, head of the of the Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Division at NYU’s Langone Medical Center. However, the positive outcome ibuprofen has shown is taking it a step ahead into newer research.
It is not adviced to start taking ibuprofen on a regular basis to prevent Parkinson’s, because ibuprofen can have unhealthy side effects that could cause stomach bleeding. If you already have beginning stages or you are aware that you may develop Parkinson’s, then it wouldnt be the worst idea to experiment lightly with it.