Disrupted Sleep Could Be Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

Poor sleep quality and use of sedative hypnotic drugs (sleeping pills) is associated with a significant risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Use of these drugs was associated with a whopping 230% increase over an eight-year period in a study in France while in a study in the U.K., the risk was even greater over a 22-year follow up – a dramatic 294% increase. Other studies have shown . . .

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