Alzheimer’s Onset Triggered by Sleep Disturbances?

Researchers now believe that people with chronic sleep disruptions may face early onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Their findings are based on an animal study involving sleep-deprived mice that were subjected to memory tests. This group demonstrated significant impairment in memory and learning compared with mice that slept normally. Researchers further observed that the sleep-deprived mice experienced a huge disruption in synaptic connections, which they believe could be a trigger for Alzheimer’s disease.
Neurobiology of Aging, February 2014
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