Huntington’s disease results from genetically programmed degeneration of brain cells in certain areas of the brain. This disease usually appears in middle age but can develop in younger and older people. Huntington’s disease is a fatal progressive form of dementia which affects someone’s ability to think, talk and move by destroying cells in the part of the brain that controls these symptoms. It gives rise to an increase in involuntary movements of the head, trunk and limbs. At the present time there is no cure for Huntington’s disease.

Many neurological and psychiatric disease processes are marked by high levels of oxidative stress and free radical formation, as well as abnormalities in Glutathione metabolism and antioxidant defences. Mental stress has also been shown to destabilize oxidant/antioxidant balance in the brain.


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