Alzheimer's disease directly kills the cells of a brain which are responsible for wakefulness

Show original According to new research, Alzheimer's disease can affect the cells of a brain responsible for wakefulness of people therefore patients often sleep in the afternoon. According to the statement of the Californian university to San Francisco, the excessive somnolence in the middle of day can be considered as an early symptom of Alzheimer's disease...

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