冷冻食品中的化学物质含有扰乱电解质水平的神经毒素。电解质水平的改变会引起精神疾病。这项研究的重点是在脑癌(BC)患者和服用冷冻和罐装食品的对照组(CG)中发现抑郁症、痴呆、服用抗抑郁药和电解质改变的患病率。通过Mann-Whitney U检验比较两组的电解质水平。计算脑癌患者与对照组有特定发生或情况的比值比(OR)和相对风险(RR)。大部分(41.42%)患者来自33-57岁年龄组。男性52%,女性47%。与CG相比,痴呆(41%)和抑郁(6%)患者的发生率更高。94%的患者被发现患有痴呆。32%的患者钠含量低43%的患者钾含量低。 High levels of potassium (26%) were found in CG. 76% patients and 73% controls were taking canned food in moderation. 69% patients and 50% controls were taking frozen food in moderation. The potassium levels (p value: 0.00001) and sodium levels (p value: 0.01468) were found at significant difference in brain cancer patients and control group. Statistically significantly higher odds of outcome (OR>1) and increased relative risks (RR) were reported in dementia, depression and intake of anti-depressants for BC vs. CG. This epidemiological study reports hyponatremia as a significantly different parameter between brain cancer patients and controls. Food’s chemicals induce hyponatremia, which can disturb mental states to develop different neurological conditions.
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