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The effects of aerobic exercise on cognitive performance and sleep quality haemodialysis patients

Background Cognitive impairment and sleep disturbance are very common in chronic kidney disease (CKD) and are strongly associated with increased mortality among the patients. Even though, exercise is considered to be a quantifiable activity that improves cognition in animals and humans, but few studies have examined the efficacy of exercise on cognitive function and sleep quality in CKD.

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