Sleep Apnea Affects Blood-Brain Barrier?

UCLA researchers connect obstructive sleep apnea to compromised blood-brain barrier, possibly introducing neural damage.

Palomares, J.A., Tummala, S., Wang, D.J.J., Park, B., Woo, M.A., Kang, D.W., St Lawrence, K.S., Harper, R.M. & Kumar, R. (2015). Water exchange across the blood-brain barrier in obstructive sleep apnea: An MRI diffusion-weighted pseudo-continuous arterial spin labeling study. Journal of Neuroimaging. doi: 10.1111/jon.12288