Your Mother’s Day Gift

Are you or a loved one suffering from memory problems or dementia? Maureen Garry interviewed me a few weeks ago about sleep and your memory on her Female Brain Summit. She also interviewed 24 other top experts on this subject. The response was tremendous. Unfortunately, access to the free videos are now closed, and only available […]

Less Sleep Linked To Alzheimer’s

Here’s one of many recent studies showing low lack of good quality sleep can cause memory problems, dementia, and even Alzheimer’s disease. In this Johns Hopkins study, researchers found that people who slept less of had trouble sleeping had higher levels of beta amyloid plaques in their brain. Having plaques alone doesn’t mean you’ll develop […]

Sleep Apnea Linked To Increased Risk Of Dementia In Elderly Women

Guest blog by Rania Paula According to a latest study, elderly women suffering from sleep apnea problems, which results in the disruptive breathing condition are highly prone to develop dementia within the next five years, when compared to those who do not have such condition within the next five years. In the recent study conducted with […]

Why Do One in Eight Boomers Have Memory Loss?

As the baby boomer generation ages, it’s not surprising that more and more people complain of memory problems. Here’s an article that describes the results of a survey which revealed that nearly 13% of people 60 or over reported confusion or memory loss which has worsened over the past 12 months. So far there are […]

The Link Between Sleep and Dementia

Guest Blog When you go in for a routine physical exam, you expect the doctor to check your weight and your blood pressure and ask if you’ve been experiencing any aches and pains, but in the coming years, you can add ‘asking about your sleep’ to the list. Unless they routinely experience sleep problems, most […]