This article discusses a study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. The study found a link between sleep apnea and cognitive problems in healthy men. The researchers followed 2,744 men for an average of 12 years and found that those with sleep apnea were more likely to have trouble with memory, attention, and executive function. The results suggest that treating sleep apnea could potentially prevent cognitive decline and improve overall brain function in healthy individuals.

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