One of the many risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease and memory issues are sleep disorders.
Sci-Brain is a new approach to improving brain fitness supporting the strong relationship between physical and brain health. The focus is building brain reserve to optimize mental performance and protect the brain from the clinical manifestations of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia at any age.
Sci-Brain is able to quantify the various factors including diet, physical exercise, mental exercise and medical conditions that influence brain reserve.
“There’s been a number of sleep studies that have shown how absolutely critical sleep is to our health,” says Michael W. Hoffmann, director of the Stroke and Cognitive Neurology Program at James A. Haley VA Hospital, and a consultant in cognitive neurology at Sarasota’s Roskamp Institute. “Even one hour’s loss of sleep in mice causes a buildup of amyloid in the brain.”