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Does sleep clear more toxins from the brain than when we’re awake? Latest research casts doubt on this theory

By Eleftheria Kodosaki, Research Fellow in Neuroimmunology, UCL
There’s no doubt sleep is good for the brain. It allows different parts to regenerate and helps memories stabilise. When we don’t get enough sleep, this can increase stress levels and exacerbate…The Conversation

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