Falling asleep improves memory, say researchers

Nodding off refreshes the brain and improves the memory, research has shown.
The findings suggest it is falling asleep, not being asleep, that is beneficial.

Napping for just 10 minutes reduces drowsiness, even though most studies suggest that more sleep time is needed.

> so that eighty winks in the shed makes you remember stuff.

By Andrew Wilcox

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