Just one night of poor sleep can boost Alzheimer’s proteins

Amyloid-beta levels rose in healthy adults with interrupted slow-wave Zs

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SLEEP DEEP  Slow-wave sleep, the deepest stage of sleep, may keep the brain from accumulating proteins that can lead to Alzheimer’s.

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