Alzheimer disease (AD) is a current and growing public health problem that really has minimally effective therapies. Even a modest reduction in the risk of AD would have a tremendous public health impact. Interestingly, sleep disturbances are multifaceted and represent an early component of AD. The severity of sleep disruption appears to parallel the severity of dementia.1
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