Sleep electroencephalography-based brain age index is linked to dementia


  • Brain age index increases monotonically as people progress from normal cognition to dementia.

Why this matters

    These novel findings support the use of brain age index as a biomarker for dementia which could be used as a screening tool for underlying neurodegenerative disease and the monitoring of disease progression.

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