Introduction Sleep disturbances are increasingly recognized as a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. However, no study has assessed the relationships between objective sleep fragmentation (SF) and brain and cognitive integrity across different cognitive stages,...
Background Sleep fragmentation (SF) increases with age, and is related to both cognitive impairment and increased risk of developing dementia. The mechanisms underlying these relationships are still unclear, but emerging evidence suggests that non-rapid eye movement...
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