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The Relationship Between Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease

The Relationship Between Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease

By Susan Williams

How much sleep do you get each night? Is it more then 6 hours?

There are some reasons that this is important. Especially when it comes to your brain health and your risk for Alzheimer’s Disease.

In the following TedTalk given by sleep scientist Matt Walker, he shares the research they have discovered about sleep and the association it has with the risks of developing Alzheimer’s Disease.

Just something to consider and some very good reasons to get a good nights sleep.


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Susan Williams is the Founder of Booming Encore. Being a Boomer herself, Susan loves to discover and share ways to live life to the fullest. She shares her experiences, observations and opinions on living life after 50 and tries to embrace Booming Encore's philosophy of making sure every day matters.