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The hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease in the brain include the formation of beta-amyloid plaques and the amalgamation of tau, a toxic protein that disrupts the correct functioning of neural networks.

Recent research has suggested that people with this form of cognitive impairment also experience brain wave disruptions.

Neurons (brain cells) produce electrical oscillations of various frequencies, which are called "brain waves."

Research has shown that in Alzheimer's disease, individuals experience a disruption in the activity pattern of gamma waves, the brain waves with the highest frequency.

Author: @DailyCupofYoga


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