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Alzheimer’s, melatonin, arrhythmias and heart rhythm.

When we go to sleep, the brain cells dissolve melatonin to start sleep and we start to sleep and when we start to sleep, the cells lose oxygen due to the low heart rate and begin to swell and it can cause memory loss due to many substances and with time can cause Alzheimer’s.

To solve this problem, it is necessary to modify sequences of the heart rhythm that supply the cells with oxygen and prevent their inflammation, but this can cause changes in heart rhythm when we sleep and this can be confused with arrhythmias.

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