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Effect of iron supplementation on measures of cognitive functioning during adolescence.
Lucy Cecelia Greene
Thesis (D. Phil.) - University of Ulster, 1995.
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Randomised study of cognitive effects of iron supplementation in non-anaemic iron-deficient adolescent girls Ann B Bruner, Alain Joffe, Anne K Duggan, James F Casella, Jason Brandt THE LANCET Introduction Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional disorder, which affects about 20% of the world population. This. Rapid physical growth and the onset of menstruation during adolescence can increase the risk of iron deficiency (ID) and related adverse effects. However, little is known about the risk of anemia Author: Yohannes Seyoum, Yohannes Seyoum, Yohannes Seyoum, Christèle Humblot, Gaël Nicolas, Muriel Thomas, K.
Iron deficiency affects both physical endurance and cognitive performance in adolescents. The risk factors, evaluation, and management of iron deficiency in adolescents will be addressed here. Iron deficiency in infants and young children and in . Research on the effects of poor nutrition on playful and non-playful social behavior in animals provides hypotheses on such effects in humans. In this context, playful social behavior is an indicator of better social functioning. Early experimental research on rats suggested that poor nutrition increases some non-playful social behaviorsCited by: 3.
As animal studies have shown that in the developing brain iron deficiency is associated with hypomyelination of neurones, effects on the dopaminergic system and a deficiency of enzymes involved in the development of parts of the brain important for cognitive functions such as memory (e.g. the hippocampus), deficiency and supplementation may Cited by: Effect of iron deficiency and anemia on cognitive development: Iron deficiency among school children is more transitional than in young children, so they can easily respond to treatment. According to Sungth cognitive function (IQ: Intelligence Quotient test, language and math) is correlated with hemoglobin when ferritin is abnormal.
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One systematic review that included seven RCTs on the effects of supplementary iron in young children with anaemia or iron deficiency found no evidence of an effect of iron supplementation on psychomotor development, while another including seventeen RCTs in children of any age and with any initial iron status, found that iron supplementation was not associated with improved mental development scores in children Cited by: Effect of iron supplementation on measures of cognitive functioning during adolescence.
Author: Greene, Lucy Cecelia. ISNI: X Awarding Body: University of Ulster Current Institution: Ulster University Date of Award: It has been reported that iron treatment of young children with IDA has a positive short-term effect on psychomotor development or cognitive function, but the effect of longer-term treatment remains unclear Not only iron but also a mixture of iron and folic acid supplementation seems to produce beneficial effects on cognition in young Cited by: Anemia and iron deficiency were prevalent in the included studies (69% and 59%, respectively, in the control groups); thus, routine daily iron supplementation is likely to benefit cognitive performance in primary-school–aged children in developing settings where anemia is prevalent and testing hemoglobin before iron supplementation may not be by: The effects of oral iron supplementation on cognition in older children and adults: A systematic review and R E S E A R C H Open Access The effects of oral iron supplementation on.
Iron deficiency is thought to be the commonest cause of anaemia worldwide. 1 Complex factors interact to cause iron deficiency in children aged 4–23 months: inadequate iron stores attributable to low birthweight and prematurity, increased requirements during rapid growth and erythropoiesis, inadequate iron content and availability from Cited by: only one to show the effects of iron supplementation on mental functioning Infants who did not receive sup-plemental iron had longer looking times on a visual recognition memory task, suggesting poorer high-speed information processing on a measure that predicts later IQ.
Among case-control studies that included an assess-Cited by: Two studies examined the efficacy of calcium, three of iron, and one of zinc. All studies investigated the effects of supplementation on blood lead concentration, two on cognitive function and/or behavior, and in one study iron was used as an adjunct to chelation by: 8.
Of the few available preventive trials, our study in Chile was the only one to show the effects of iron supplementation on mental functioning. 15 Infants who did not receive supplemental iron had longer looking times on a visual recognition memory task, suggesting poorer high-speed information processing on a measure that predicts later IQ.
Among case-control studies that included an assessment of motor development, most found that infants with iron-deficiency Cited by: However, it can cause side effects such as stomach upset and pain, constipation or diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting.
Taking iron supplements with food seems to reduce some of these side effects. However, food can also reduce how well the body can absorb iron.
Iron should be taken on an empty stomach if possible. Effects of Iron Deficiency on Cognitive Function in School Going Adolescent Females in Rural Area of Central India.
Iron deficiency anemia is most common nutritional deficiency disorder in India and remains a formidable health challenge. The findings suggest that, even in the absence of anaemia, iron supplementation improves some aspects of cognitive functioning in iron-deficient adolescent girls.
The positive effect of iron supplementation on verbal learning and memory was shown in both the per-protocol and intention-to-treat by: Introduction. High prevalence of low serum ferritin concentration has been reported in children with autism spectrum disorder (autism), suggesting iron condition could be expected to affect sleep, based on research suggesting its impact on central nervous system functioning.For example, breath-holding spells associated with nonanemic iron deficiency Cited by: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled iron supplementation trial was conducted in Kenya to examine the effect of iron supplements on.
Moreover, the effects of IDA on cognitive function were seen most clearly in. the infants who scored more poorly on measures of socioemotional function and orientation/. engagement, suggesting that these socioemotional and attentional deficits can increase the.
infant’s vulnerability to the cognitive effects of IDA. iron deficiency was relatively common among the females, with a total prevalence of %. Most strik-ingly, although % of to year-old females manifested iron deficiency without anemia, only % had iron deficiency with anemia.
Also, the prevalence of iron deficiency was.5% among Mex-ican American children, children of other racial back. The effects of oral iron supplementation on cognition in older children and adults: months of age, during adolescence (especially in girls at * Correspondence: @ 1Diet and Health Group, measure of cognitive performance had to be by: In addition, trials of other supplements (e.g.
n-3 supplementation) were not included in the review; this had minimal impact on the number of studies available, as studies examining cognitive functioning and supplementation have been primarily carried out among pregnant women, infants or adults or have been conducted among malnourished children.
Levels of iron in brain linked to better cognitive function. that iron supplements improve the cognitive performance of with poorer cognitive ability during late adolescence.
REVIEW ARTICLE SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL DOI: /sciintl Effect of Iron-Deficiency on Cognitive Skills and Neuromaturation in Infancy and Childhood 1Mohamed El Hioui, 1Ahmed Omar Touhami Ahami, 1Youssef Aboussaleh, 3F.Z. Azzaoui and 2Stéphane Rusinek 1Unit of Clinic and Cognitive Neurosciences and Nutr itional Health, Laboratory of File Size: 71KB.
The goal of the current study was to investigate the effect of one year of krill oil (a source of LCPUFA) supplementation on the cognitive performance of adolescents with a. Some outcomes of iron supplementation trials have rarely been evaluated (such as preterm delivery, infant cognitive function and development or adult cognitive performance and behavior), and little attention has been paid to measuring the effects of iron supplements on underlying metabolic and hormonal changes that could detect, predict and Cited by: Iron deficiency (ID) remains the most prevalent single nutrient deficiency, affecting those in both developing and developed countries.
There is strong evidence that iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is associated with poorer performance on developmental ratings in infants and with lower scores on cognitive function tests in children and that iron treatment can reverse some of these Cited by: 2.