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High Prevalence of Early-Onset Dementia in Schizophrenia Patients

I don’t like these findings… :frowning:

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It might be time to order some niacin :neutral_face:

https://www.iherb.com/pr/Nature-s-Way-Niacin-Vitamin-B3-100-mg-100-Capsules/1999

I ordered this. I’ll take a pill (100mg) a day when it arrives.

I feel like ive experienced dementia, but things could always get worse.

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Plenty of niacin here from monster drinks lol.

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I felt like I had dementia in a past life in my early to mid thirties but I don’t know. That and I had noticeable cognitive decline in college where I told peopel I thought I had a stroke or dementia.

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Posted 3 days ago. Little response.

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This is not too surprising to me because these are things that increase dementia risk:

Depression
Anticholinergic drug properties (I’m not too sure on this but it might)
Big belly

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Do you think this may have something to do with anticholinergic medications drastically increasing risk of dementia? I know that some APs are anticholinergic

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Yeah the IRA told me about this, it’s very possible for me, probably likely. My brain has definently been damaged by them fcking with its plasticity. I often wonder where my mind would go or what would be my comfort place where my mind goes when it breaks. What year would it be, who would I still recognise. What songs and movies would I remember or would I be too sick to remember anything. Sucks

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My niacin arrived today, so I’m going to take 100mg (1 pill) a day. It’s the “flush” niacin which is better.

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I theorize it’s either the psychosis wearing down the brain prematurely or atrophy from not using it due to the drugs, or both.

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