REM, Dreams, And Brain Waves Explained: What Happens In The Brain When We Sleep?
3/26/2014 6:58:28 AM
Contrary to popular belief, sleep is not passive — and while it may seem uneventful to you, your brain is actually working pretty hard. Because, while you’re just lying there, your brain cells scramble to progress through a series of important steps, all of which are crucial to your ability to tackle whatever it is you’re doing in the morning. This series is called a sleep cycle, and the average person should ideally go through about five of these each night.
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