Risk factors do not necessarily cause disease. Also be affected by these factors and not get sick.Age. Children under five years and adults older than 60 years are at increased risk of contracting meningitis. The risk of Alzheimer's disease also increases with age. In fact, at age 85, with a fifty percent chance one of the historical development of Alzheimer disease.Family. People with a family history of brain cancer have a higher chance of getting cancer. Whether a parent or sibling with Alzheimer's disease are also at increased risk of developing it. Many family members with the condition, the higher the chances of getting it. Other brain diseases including aneurysms.A weaken the immune system. This may be as a result of previous infection such as HIV / AIDS. HIV can lead to a deficiency of the immune system. A person with impaired immune systems would be at risk of conditions such as high brain lymphoma. Immune suppression will also make the brain more susceptible to diseases such as bacterial meningitis.
Overcrowding. Viral meningitis is easily spread through direct contact with infected secretions. Therefore in a crowded place to live, brain diseases are likely to spread due to improper hygiene like failure to cover the mouth when coughing and poor disposal of used tissue.Continued contact with patients with meningitis. Meningococcal meningitis is a brain disease that can be transmitted by patients to their caregivers. One may be at risk whether or not they are put under prophylaxis, antibiotics to prevent them from disease.Continued exposure to radioactive materials or industrial chemicals such as increased risk of brain cancer.Excessive Alcohol consumption increases the likelihood of Alzheimer's disease and brain aneurysms.Sex. More women than men get a brain aneurysm and Alzheimer conditionsThe disease.
Medical herpes virus can cause viral meningitis. Cystic fibrosis, diabetes mellitus and sickle cell disease also increases the risk of disease meningitis.Cardiovascular will make one of the high risk of vascular dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's disease can also be enhanced by the presence of kidney disease increases the likelihood of brain brain aneurysms.Other diabetes.Polycystic disease risk factors including stress, depression, drug abuse failure to exercise the brain, head injury, brain defects such as smoking and dural defects.