How lack of sleep could be affecting your memory | In-Depth


In 2005, Canadians had an average of approximately eight hours of sleep per night. For the year 2013, it was reduced to seven. Now, about 40 percent of Canadians are dealing with some type of sleep disorder. Something about the dream prevents our bodies and minds from falling apart. The lack of it has been linked to obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and depression. Researchers are now discovering some fascinating things about the importance of sleep to the way our brains store memories and learn things.

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