More Connections Between Alzheimer’s Disease and Sleep Apnea

Mainstream Alzheimer’s research is still focused on genetics and ways of biochemically blocking amyloid plaque buildup. Clinical applications for this model have been mixed, if not disappointing. As I’ve mentioned many times in past posts, articles and interviews, The vast majority of seniors will have undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea. We know that sleep apnea can cause […]

More Dead End Tests For Alzheimer’s Disease

There have been a number of recent studies that report on markers to predict whether or not you'll develop Alzheimer's in the future. All these tests, whether blood tests or cerebral spinal fluid samples, measure various levels of beta-amyloid, which is the protein that makes up the plaques that are typically found in diseased brains.  One […]

Can A Sleep Problem Give You Alzheimer’s?

There’s been a lot of press recently about the side affects that poor sleep quality has on our cognitive functioning not to mention what it means for those who suffer from neurological problems like Alzheimers. This month, our expert article is contributed by noted neurologist and author of Deadly Sleep, Dr. Mack Jones, who explains the […]