Not getting enough sleep accelerates brain damage linked to Alzheimer’s disease, warn researchers

(Natural News) Recent experiments show that lack of sleep increases the amount of tau protein in the brain. Tau is associated with Alzheimer’s disease, and it spreads across the brain at a much faster rate if a person suffers from sleeplessness. When tau proteins clump together to form tangles, they injure nearby tissues in the brain. If allowed to…

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