Deep Sleep Brain Waves

Dreaming Away Dementia: Berkeley Analysis Reveals Deep Sleep Alleviates Alzheimers Reminiscence Loss

UC Berkeley sleep scientists have discovered that deep sleep, also called non-REM slow-wave sleep, might defend towards reminiscence decline in older adults with excessive quantities of Alzheimers illness pathology. Disrupted sleep has been related to a sooner accumulation of beta-amyloid protein within the mind, which is linked to reminiscence loss brought on by dementia. Nevertheless,…

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