Alzheimer’s Disturbed Sleep Traced to Eye Disorder

Alzheimer’s Disturbed Sleep Traced to Eye Disorder
Researchers discovered a potential cause for the disrupted sleep patterns observed in Alzheimer’s disease patients. The study, “Melanopsin retinal ganglion cell loss in Alzheimer’s disease,” associates the degradation of a subset of eye cells involved in circadian rhythm regulation with the sleep dysfunction observed in AD, and was published in Annals of Neurology. Melanopsin retinal ganglion

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