Sleep deprivation renders the brain both asleep and awake at the same time
Sleep deprivation renders the brain both asleep and awake at the same time
Dr. Vyazovskiy from the University of Oxford in UK, who studies the effect of sleep deprivation on rodents, found that the brain activity usually found only during sleep was also recorded in sleep deprived awake mice. His research further showed that sleep deprivation affects those cognitive abilities that require intense effort. Similarly, Dr. Cohen-Zion from Israel studies the mood and behavioral effects of sleep loss on adolescents and found that a difficult task, forces these teens to focus more than usual to retrieve information. While several people do not assign importance to a sound sleep, research points towards affliction of our reasoning capacities if we are sleep deprived.

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