Loud snoring could be an early sign for dementia  - EasternEye

Loud snoring could be an early sign for dementia 

Loud snoring could be an early sign of future health risks. Snoring has for long been linked to cardiovascular disease, and now scientists believe it could be a sign for dementia and memory problems. Heavy snoring is found in people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) — a sleep disorder that occurs due to the collapse of the airway in the throat during sleep — and a new study found that people with OSA did worse in memory tests. Loud snoring could shrink parts of the brain by reducing oxygen levels in the blood, say scientists from Sydney University, adding that people…

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