Sleep Troubles Linked To Increased Risk Of Alzheimer's In Men

October 29, 2014 3:48 PM

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We all know the benefits of a good night's sleep. Not only do you wake up bright-eyed and feeling rested, your mind is more alert and functions better. But a new study also suggests that getting undisturbed sleep could lower your risk for developing Alzheimer's later in life.

Researchers from Uppasala University in Sweden say their findings, published in the Alzheimer's and Dementia journal, suggest that improved sleep quality as you get older could help protect men from the memory-robbing disease.

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