Sleep problems increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease

Scientists from Uppsala University conducted a study involving 1,000 men aged 50 years. For a further forty years, experts observed the volunteers. Was most interested in their sleep quality of people and the development of symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, says Zee News.

Research has proven that sleep problems in one and a half times increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A healthy night's sleep gives rest to the neurons of the brain strengthens them. Aging is associated with the extinction of not only physical but also mental strength. The brain is under constant stress, lack of sleep, bad to cope with the load in old age and has a typical faults, symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.

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Scientists have found that a healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition, and time management can reduce the risk of brain diseases. This fact points to the many factors that influence the development of Alzheimer's. The disease depends not only and not so much on genes, but on external factors that surround a person.

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