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Sleep ‘resets’ brain connections crucial for memory and learning, study reveals

Source: The Guardian
Author: Ian Sample
Date: 08/23/2016
Excerpt: For Jules Verne it was the friend who keeps us waiting. For Edgar Allan Poe so many little slices of death. But though the reason we spend a third of our lives asleep has so far resisted scientific explanation, research into the impact of sleepless nights on brain function has shed fresh light on the mystery - and also offered intriguing clues to potential treatments for depression.
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