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Is Sleep a Clue to a Modifiable Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease?

07:26 EDT 21 Aug 2017 | AHC Media

Evidence is accumulating that disruptions in sleep patterns, particularly slow-wave and REM sleep, alter amyloid-β production and clearance through the cerebrospinal fluid pathways and may play a role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease.

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