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sleeping brain.

sleeping brain.

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Published by Brain Information Service/Brain Research Institute, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain -- Physiology -- Congresses,
  • Sleep -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementProceedings of the symposia of the First International Congress of the Association for the Psychophysiological Study of Sleep, Bruges, Belgium, June 19-24, 1971. Editor: Michael H. Chase
    SeriesPerspectives in the brain sciences -- v. 1, Perspectives in the brain sciences -- v. 1
    ContributionsChase, Michael H, Association for the Psychophysiological Study of Sleep, University of California, Los Angeles. Brain Information Service, International Congress of the Association for the Psychophysiological Study of Sleep (1st : 1971 : Bruges, Belgium)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 537 p.
    Number of Pages537
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14633010M

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      The Sleeping Brain The role of sleep has long baffled scientists, but the latest research is providing new indicators about what it does for both the brain and body. While scientists believe that sleep re-energizes the body’s cells, clears waste from the brain, and supports learning and memory, much still needs to be learned about the part it. Sleeping less than seven or eight hours a night has been linked to cognitive decline, memory loss and possibly even Alzheimer's, new research shows. P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.D., a brain researcher at Duke University in Durham, N.C., explains what your brain does during : Gabrielle Degroot Redford.

    After just three day of this schedule, the sleep-deprived mice lost 25% of brain cells in part of the brain stem, the damage that seemed to be irreversible. According to the study’s authors, because of the similarity between the brains of mice and humans, it is very likely that the human brain suffers from the same loss of neurons when.   When compared to back or stomach sleeping, sleeping on your left or right side helps your body clear what’s called interstitial waste from the brain. This brain .


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