Disrupted sleep in one's 50s, 60s raises risk of Alzheimer's disease
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Dr. Young of Monmouth and Ocean County Shares Some Information about Risks of Long-Term Untreated Sleep Disorders, such as Sleep Apnea
Do you snore loudly and/or frequently? Do you feel sleepy during the day and always fatigued? These could be signs of a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. So if your spouse has been complaining to you for a long-time about your snoring, or if you find yourself always drowsy, you should have a serious conversation with a sleep doctor to make sure you don't potentially suffer the long-term effects of untreated sleep apnea such as hypertension coronary heart disease, strokes, short-term memory loss, early on-set of Alzheimer's disease, etc.
Dr. Young shares an article that explores the link between disrupted sleep and increased long-term risk of Alzheimer's disease.
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