Nitric oxide is really bad for men — yet more evidence

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What doctors don’t tell you…

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Alzheimer’s — can it be reversed with this new discovery?

If you’ve ever watched someone with Alzheimer’s decline as the disease progresses, you know how scary this disease can be.

People who were once vital and able to take care of themselves get lost, don’t know their family and friends, and are completely dependent on others.

It’s no wonder that Alzheimer’s freaks us all out. It freaks me out for sure.


That doesn’t mean that Alzheimer’s is something that you “just get” and can’t do anything about. 

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The hidden consequence to burning the candle at both ends…

Americans (and many other people throughout the world) don’t sleep enough. 

We chronically stay up late, get up early, and think we can “sleep when we’re dead.”

And the results can be problematic.

From an article in the News Hub of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis:

A third of American adults don’t get enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

Some of us can’t sleep – and others have trouble sleeping. 

This can make us grumpy in the short term, less likely to perform tasks well, and more likely to get sick.

But lack of sleep also has serious long-term side effects.

“Chronic poor sleep has been linked to cognitive decline…”

The reason for this link to cognitive decline hasn’t been obvious to scientists. 

But new studies are shedding light on what’s going on…

And it’s frightening, because it links lack of sleep DIRECTLY to Alzheimer’s.

“As a wakeful brain churns away through the night, it produces more of the Alzheimer’s protein amyloid beta than its waste-disposal system can handle.”

When you sleep, your body gets rid of the substances that CAUSE Alzheimer’s

But if you lose sleep on a regular basis, your brain can’t do that.

“This study is the clearest demonstration in humans that sleep disruption leads to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease through an amyloid beta mechanism.”

The result of this accumulation of amyloid beta levels is quite dramatic.

“Amyloid beta levels in sleep-deprived people were 25 to 30 percent higher than in those who had slept the night through.”

This 25 to 30% increase in these toxic protein levels in sleep-deprived patients puts them at the same level as what they are in people who carry the Alzheimer’s gene. 

That is really crazy!

And it doesn’t take long to happen. This can occur after a single sleepless night…

“After a sleepless night, amyloid beta levels were on par with the levels seen in people genetically predisposed to develop Alzheimer’s at a young age.”

One sleepless night isn’t going to cause Alzheimer’s.

“I don’t want anyone to think that they are going to get Alzheimer’s disease because they pulled an all-nighter in college… One night probably has no effect on your overall risk of Alzheimer’s. We are really much more concerned about people with chronic sleep problems.”

Your body has ways to repair occasional damage from most things. 

However, when the damage becomes chronic over time, you end up with serious problems.

But you can take steps to get better sleep though.

Scrub the electronics at night (or try this tip).

One of the biggest reasons that so many people aren’t getting enough sleep is because they are on electronic devices – such as phones, TVs, and tablets – late into the night.

It’s been shown that the light from these devices can mess up your normal body rhythms making it hard to get enough sleep. 

So it’s a great idea to turn them off a couple of hours before bed.

I know that a lot of people don’t want to shut the devices off. 

So here is what I recommend: Try “blue blocker glasses” when you’re using electronics. 

They take out the spectrum of light that keeps you awake and help you get much better sleep.

Sleep is so important to living a vibrant and healthy life.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.