Sleepy During The Day Could Be A Harbinger Of The Disease

Sleepy During The Day Could Be A Harbinger Of The Disease
A sense of tired and sleepy often experienced by people during the day. Notably, at the time of doing the work in the Office or at home.

Sleepy can arise because your less hours of sleep. However, be careful if drowsiness during the day happen.

Alerts you of reader's Digest on Tuesday (25/9/2018), you should immediately saw a doctor when experiencing drowsiness during the day. This could be a harbinger of the brain is experiencing the problem.

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University United States found, people who reported that her sleepy all day, nearly three times more prone to have a buildup of beta-amyloid many years later.

Beta-amyloid is a protein associated with Alzheimer's disease risk.

The researchers analyzed data from the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging. A long-term study that followed the health of thousands of volunteers since 1958. Over the years the participants given the survey periodically, including about how often they take a NAP, feel sleepy, or sleep during the day.

Some participants also did a scan of the brain to detect beta-amyloid in brain tissue, almost 16 years after filling out the survey.

The risk of a buildup of beta-amyloid plaque is 2.75 times higher in those who are sleepy during the day. However, the risk in those who NAP are not statistically significant.

Correlation between drowsiness during the day and an increased risk of beta-amyloid itself still baffles scientists. However, it could not be ignored by scientists.

 "There is no cure for Alzheimer's disease, so we must do our best to prevent it. Prioritizes bedtime could be one way to help prevent, slow or maybe these conditions,  "says Professor of Mental Health at Johns Hopkins School of public health Bloomberg, Adam Spira.

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