IS POOR SLEEP LINKED WITH DEMENTIA RISK?

IS POOR SLEEP LINKED WITH DEMENTIA RISK?

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IS POOR SLEEP LINKED WITH DEMENTIA RISK?

The research reports "higher dementia risk associated with a sleep duration of six hours or less at age 50 and 60, compared with a normal (7 h) sleep duration, although this was imprecisely estimated for sleep duration at age 70. Persistent short sleep duration at age 50, 60, and 70 compared to persistent normal sleep duration was also associated with a 30% increased dementia risk independently of sociodemographic, behavioural, cardiometabolic, and mental health factors. These findings suggest that short sleep duration in midlife is associated with an increased risk of late-onset dementia."

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