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Can one night of sleep deprivation affect your brain?


A small new study shows that one night of sleep deprivation is associated with signs of brain tissue loss.
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Via Huffington Post

Here’s more evidence that sleep deprivation does not do good things to your brain.

A small new study in the journal SLEEP shows that one night of sleep deprivation is associated with signs of brain tissue loss, as indicated by higher blood concentrations of two brain molecules the morning after.

Keep reading to see what the study found about sleep deprivation….

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