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Sleep and Memory

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: November 4, 2017

SLEEP may be the most important activity to improve your brain. During sleep the brain makes connections, saves memories, and repairs itself. Sleep-dependent learning, a new scientific discovery, means that a person stores what they learned that day as he/she sleeps.

Posted in: memory, sleep
Tags: memory, sleep