25 Apr Sleep Disorder Linked to Brain Disease
A new study suggests that 80 to 90 percent of people who suffer from Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder will eventually develop Parkinson’s or other brain diseases.
What’s REM sleep behavior disorder? It’s a condition that causes people to act out vivid, intense, even violent dreams. People who have it often yell, punch and kick in their sleep as they fight their own nightmares. It mainly affects men over 50.
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