Improving Sleep in Mouse Models of Alzheimer’s Enhances Memory Performance

Improving Sleep in Mouse Models of Alzheimer’s Enhances Memory Performance
In a new study entitled “Rescue of long-range circuit dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease models,” researchers discovered why Alzheimer’s disease patients experience sleep disturbances and discovered potential therapeutics to counteract this effect. The team observed that improving sleep in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease also benefits their memory performance. The study was published in the journal Nature Neuroscience.

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