Loss of neurons, not lack of sleep, makes Alzheimer’s patients drowsy: Reviving ‘awake neurons’ could be the solution to their sleepiness

The lethargy that many Alzheimer’s patients experience is caused not by a lack of sleep, but rather by the degeneration of a type of neuron that keeps us awake, according to a study that also confirms the tau protein is behind that neurodegeneration.

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