A longitudinal study of older Chinese adults found that those with a self-reported, habitual short sleep duration of five hours or less had a significantly increased risk of developing memory impairment during a mean follow-up period of four years. The association remained significant after excluding those with poor self-reported health. The results are published in the November issue of SLEEP.
Study links short sleep duration to memory impairment in older adults
2014-11-13T00:00:00+00:00November 13th, 2014|Research|
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