It’s no secret that the body acts as one big interconnected unit. It explains why certain injuries and physical distress can manifest themselves in entirely different parts of the body. Nausea and insomnia? Anxiety might be wreaking havoc on your system. Cystic acne? Unbalanced hormones could be at the root of the problem. Sluggishness and bloating? That could mean poor digestion (that’s when probiotics come to the rescue, but we digress). The point we’re trying to make is that health and wellness, it seems, is a continuous feedback loop between our mind and our bodies, and the newest neurological study supports that.
The study was just published in a journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. In it, researchers from the Duke Eye Center discovered that an eye scan is all it might take to detect early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. This is huge, considering the current Alzheimer’s detection methods are invasive and expensive (most notably spinal taps and brain scans). An eye scan, on the other hand, is non-invasive and comparatively inexpensive and accessible.
Source: Byrdie – Kaitlyn McLintock