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May272016

Sleep breathing disorders and cognitive decline

In adults, sleep breathing disorders are linked to cognitive decline (plus depression, anxiety etc), but in children they are linked to behavioural and learning difficulties and IQ loss of up to10 points. The lost IQ in children is of particular concern because it's linked to brain development and is not easily regained or, as some research shows, not at all.

 

How do you sleep at night? Heavy snoring and sleep apnea may signal earlier memory and thinking problems.

Heavy snoring and sleep apnea may signal earlier memory and thinking problems.
worldhealth.net

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