Sleep as an Indicator for Neurodegenerative Disorders

First, the sleeping problems.

The clock hits 1 a.m, you lay awake in bed. Your mind is empty, it wanders, you continue to lay there.

2 a.m.

Then 3 a.m

Finally, by 4 a.m, you fall into a light doze only to woken up at 7 a.m, searching for coffee.

If this narrative sounds familiar, you may be at risk for a neurodegenerative disorder later in your life.

Sleeping problems often accompany.

Causation or correlation?


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