Lack of sleep can cause brain damage
Finding yourself a little sluggish after that weekend party marathon? Suffering from chronic insomnia? It may be more than a hangover or just feeling tired after lack of sleep. Initial research indicates there may be actual brain damage occurring from lack of Zs.
“A good night of sleep may do more than make you feel rested. According to new research published in the journal SLEEP, sleep deprivation increases blood concentrations of brain molecules to levels often seen in cases of brain damage.”
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