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Study links sleep-disordered breathing to age acceleration

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  • NickOttensNickOttens Barcelona, SpainPosts: 288 admin
    Thank you for sharing, @ymedan.

    Let me quote the opening paragraphs here:
    Increasing severity of sleep-disordered breathing and sleep disruption are associated with epigenetic age acceleration, according to preliminary results of a new study.

    Results show that each standard deviation increase in the apnea-hypopnea index, a measure of sleep-disordered breathing severity, was associated with the equivalent of 215 days of biological age acceleration. Similarly, each standard deviation increase in the arousal index, a measure of sleep disruption, was associated with the equivalent of 321 days of age acceleration.
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