05 May

Sleep Apnea May Contribute to Earlier Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease

blood pressureAccording to a recent study carried out at New York University, people suffering from sleep apnea are likely to develop cognitive impairment, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, nearly 10 years earlier than those without the condition.

The extensive study, which tested 2,470 people between the ages of 55 to 90, discovered a clear link between sleep apnea and early onset of Alzheimer’s, and highlights the importance of getting tested as soon as possible if you believe that you may be suffering from disturbed sleep. Read More

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