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A good night's sleep really DOES boost your brain: Getting shut eye helps builds nerve cells linked with learning.

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Posted 03 August 2014 - 09:25 AM

A good night's sleep really DOES boost your brain: Getting shut eye helps builds nerve cells linked with learning.

 

A new study has revealed that sleep after learning strengthens connections between brain cells and enhances memory and the finding adds to evidence that a lack of shut-eye causes rogue proteins to build up in the eye increasing the risk for Alzheimer's disease. Mail Online, 06/06/2014.

 

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