Sleep ‘Resets’ Brain Connections Crucial for Memory

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Research suggests that sleep plays an important role in memory; both before and after learning a new task. What’s more, poor sleep affects mood, motivation, and our perception of events. Healthy sleep is essential for optimal learning and memory function.

Here Robert Stickgold, PhD, of the Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine discusses how sleep plays a role in learning and memory. It will make you pay special attention to getting the enough zzzzz’s!

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