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Is short sleep bad for the brain? Brain structure and cognitive function in short sleepers

By A. Fjell and others at
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Many sleep less than recommended without experiencing daytime tiredness. According to prevailing views, short sleep increases risk of lower brain health and cognitive function. Chronic mild sleep deprivation could cause undetected sleep debt, negatively affecting cognitive function and brain health. However, it is possible that some have less sleep need... Show more
June 26, 2023
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