Medical Xpress: Day-time naps help us acquire information not consciously perceived, study finds

| Posted in Brain Education, Brain Health, Brain Research

The age-old adage “I’ll sleep on it” has proven to be scientifically sound advice, according to a new study which measured changes in people’s brain activity and responses before and after a nap. The findings, published in the Journal of Sleep Research, support the advice which suggests that a period of sleep may help weighing up pros and cons or gain insight before making a challenging decision. (October 4, 2018)

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