Sound Sleep Reduces risk of dementia?
Posted on November 10 2014
Evidence is ever growing that sleep is linked to mental repair and baheviour modifications.
Getting a good nights sleep is very important with the optimal amount being at around 7.8 hours.
But scientists now think there is a link between sleep and the risk of dimentia.
Healthy life styles and sleeping behaviour have all been shown to effect cognitive decline later in life.
Evidence is also mounting to suggest that lack of sleep or too much of it lead to moos and immune disorders and a marked decline in overall health.
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Written by Bubbles Putnam.