Sleep Patterns May Offer Clues to Alzheimer's

Researchers found that people with less slow-wave sleep — deep sleep that’s needed to preserve memories and to wake up feeling refreshed — had higher levels of the brain protein tau. Elevated tau levels are a possible sign of Alzheimer’s disease.

Source: NEW FEED

09. January 2019 by Ruth Folger Weiss
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