Sleep disturbances linked to alzheimers risk

Mar 17, 2015
A good nights sleep is known for its benefits for a good health. It has been found that sleep disturbances increase the risk of developing the memory-robbing disease of Alzheimer’s by 1.5%. A sound sleep is not just good for the body, but even for a maintaining a balanced brain health as one ages. Along with healthy lifestyle choices, make sure you have a regular, timely and sound sleep at night. This will reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s as well as dementia.

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