It seems there is an association between poor sleeping routines and Alzheimer disease.
At the moment, a final conclusion has not being reached.
But according to the experts.
“Not everyone with sleep problems is destined to develop Alzheimer’s disease,” said the senior author, Barbara B. Bendlin, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. “We’re looking at groups of people, and over the whole group we find the association of poor sleep with the markers of Alzheimer’s. But when you look at individuals, not everyone shows that pattern.”
The study was carried out on 101 cognitively normal people, average age 63, who completed well-validated sleep questionnaires.