How your sleep pattern could be a warning sign for dementia
New research shows sleep patterns could hold the key to detecting a person’s risk of dementia.
A Monash University study found sleep disturbance was a possible early warning sign.
Associate Professor Clare Anderson from the Turner Institute said the inability to stay asleep was always a concern.
“Broken sleep is not good for the body, for the brain and certainly not cognitive health,” she said.
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