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LACK OF SLEEP MAY CAUSE ALZHEIMER’S


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic. In fact, an estimated 50-70 million U.S. adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder which can affect daily functioning, such as driving, and overall mental health and long-term well-being.
In fact, we’re told that sleep is just as important as diet and exercise when it comes to living a healthy life. Lack of sleep has been linked to a myriad of health problems.