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it is established that androgen modulates various neurotransmitters in the CNS. Testosterone decreases γ-aminobutyric acid concentration in the hypothalamus, which is blocked by flutamide, a testosterone receptor blocker (14, 15). Testosterone, probably by its conversion to estradiol, increases serotonin transporter mRNA expression in dorsal raphe nucleus (16), and it also increases the density of 5-hydroxytryptamine receptors and serotonin transporter sites in the forebrain (3, 16) of castrated male rats.
Frontiers | Adherence to a Mediterranean-Style Diet and Effects on Cognition in Adults:... - 0 views
adherence to a MedDiet pattern is associated with less cognitive decline, dementia, or AD
higher adherence to a MedDiet was related to either slowing the rate of cognitive decline, minimizing the conversion to AD or improving the cognitive function
The more specific cognitive domains that improved with MedDietS were memory, delayed recognition, executive function, long-term working memory, and visual constructs