The sleep quality of adults aged 45 and older with molecular markers of presymptomatic Alzheimer's was worse than that of those without such markers, according to a study in the journal JAMA Neurology. The findings could guide further studies on the relationship between sleep and amyloid deposition, researchers said.
Sleep disturbances may precede Alzheimer's symptoms
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