Drugs that block acetylcholine speed up cognitive decline - study -- Health & Wellness -- Sott.net

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Anticholinergic medications block acetylcholine (i.e., “vagusstoff”) and inhibit parasympathetic nerve impulses by binding with this neurotransmitter’s receptors. Over 600 medications are known to trigger some degree of anticholinergic activity (Ghossein, Kang, & Lakhkar, 2020).
Drugs that block acetylcholine speed up cognitive decline – study — Health & Wellness — Sott.net