How to “Alzheimer’s Proof” Your Body
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
For years we’ve all been fed the same nonsense about Alzheimer’s.
We’re told it’s an unfortunate reality of growing older. And that there’s practically nothing you can to do predict it — or stop it.
But it may be time to throw everything we thought we knew about Alzheimer’s out the window.
Because a brand-new study shows there may be a simple way to protect your brain from the ravages of Alzheimer’s.
And you don’t need to take a single prescription pill to do it.
Research just published in Neurology found that your quality of sleep may make a HUGE difference in who gets Alzheimer’s — and who doesn’t.
For the study, researchers took spinal fluid from a group of adults who were all genetically predisposed to get Alzheimer’s.
And they found that the folks who had the worst sleep also had higher levels of brain cell damage, inflammation and the accumulation of tau proteins.
These tau proteins interfere with the connections between your neurons and are considered a major risk factor for Alzheimer’s.
Just think about that for a second… these were all patients who, genetically speaking, were good candidates for Alzheimer’s.
Some were well on their way to developing the disease, and some were not — and the big difference was sleep.
And that makes sense, as sleep is critical to helping your body (and your brain) naturally detoxify.
Plus, a lack of sleep (and some of the things that cause it, like elevated cortisol levels) can trigger disease-causing inflammation.
If you’re having trouble getting enough shut-eye, taking melatonin may be a great place to start. Melatonin regulates our sleep-wake cycles, and we make less of it as we age.
You can find melatonin supplements in any online or brick-and-mortar vitamin shop. You’ll also see it as a key ingredient in many natural sleep formulations.
Department of Research, Turapür Products