Could Prolonged Sleep Be An Early Warning Sign Of Dementia? Boston University School of Medicine Reveals

Seniors taking over nine hours of sleep each night may be facing a higher risk of dementia in later years, a new study has warned.

Boston University researchers found that the risk increased by nearly 2.5 times for those who saw themselves needing extra sleep per night, and the chances actually ballooned six times for those without a high school degree who, fairly recently, needed a shut-eye of more than nine hours.

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