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NEW RESEARCH SUGGESTIONS People who sleep six hours or less a night by the age of 50 or 60 are at greater risk of dementia.

Researchers say their results fail to determine cause and effect, but suggest that there is a correlation between the duration of sleep and the risk of dementia.

There was also a 30% increased risk of dementia in patients with consistently short sleep patterns from middle to older age (from 50 to 70 years of age), regardless of cardiometabolic or mental health problems ( known risk factors for dementia).

The study shows that sleep can be important for mid-life brain health, and future research may determine whether improving sleep habits can help prevent dementia.

A common symptom is altered sleep, but researchers say there is increasing evidence that pre-emergent sleep patterns h dementia can contribute to the disease.

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