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07/21/2015 09:14 AM ID: 100865 Permalink   

Study: Poor Sleep Linked to Alzheimer´s

 

According to research presented Monday at the Alzheimer´s Association International Conference, poor sleep could increase the risk of a person developing Alzheimer´s disease.

A leading theory is that the buildup of a sticky protein called beta amyloid in the brain contributes to the disease. It is also believed that the damage may start years before someone starts to have memory issues.

"It´s very clear that sleep disruption is an underappreciated factor. It´s a new player on the scene that increases risk of Alzheimer´s disease," researchers say.

 
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"It´s very clear that sleep disruption is an underappreciated factor. It´s a new player on the scene that increases risk of Alzheimer´s disease," researchers say.

Sometimes sleep disruption is caused from outside disturbances and done deliberately. I wonder if this can cause alzheimers to?
 
  by: captainJane     07/24/2015 12:54 AM     
 
 
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