Sleep and Blood Sugar in People with Alzheimer's Disease

Official Title
Sleep Actigraphy and Continuous Glucose Monitoring in People with Alzheimer’s Disease

The purpose of this study is to learn about sleep and blood sugar (glucose) levels in people living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Another purpose of the study is to see how people with AD and their caregivers/family members feel about wearing small devices to measure sleep and blood sugar.

The duration of this study is 10 days. 


Could this study be right for you?
  • 60 years or older, with Alzheimer’s disease,
  • Has a caregiver 18 years or older,
  • Willing to wear a watch-like device,
  • Willing to wear a small sensor on the skin
Age Range
18 and up