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Best Ways to Reverse Jet Lag

Posted on 09-15-2017

Fortunately, jet lag is usually temporary because our internal biological clock adapts in response to external cues in the new environment. That adaptation—in which the internal clock ...

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Keeping the Lights On & Your Sleep

Posted on 09-15-2017

Light is one of the most important external factors that can affect sleep. It does so both directly, by making it difficult for people to fall asleep, and indirectly, by influencing the ti...

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Sleep Helps to Restructure and Organize the Brain

Posted on 09-15-2017

One of the most recent and compelling explanations for why we sleep is based on findings that sleep is correlated to changes in the structure and organization of the brain. This phenomenon...

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Why Do you Feel Tired & the Need to Sleep

Posted on 09-15-2017

Other rejuvenating aspects of sleep are specific to the brain and cognitive function. For example, while we are awake, neurons in the brain produce adenosine, a by-product of the cells'...

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Sleep Repairs and Restores Our Body

Posted on 09-15-2017

Another explanation for why we sleep is based on the long-held belief that sleep in some way serves to "restore" what is lost in the body while we are awake. Sleep provides an op...

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