MSU Study Finds Sleep Deprivation Can Hurt Memory

By: News 10
By: News 10
Can also lead to accidents and chronic disease.

Long-term sleep deprivation saps the brain of power even after days of recovery sleep.

You may want to get some more sleep if you're having trouble remembering things. A new study at Michigan State University and the University of California at Irvine finds lack of sleep can lead to errors in memory. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention already calls lack of sleep an epidemic linked to vehicle crashes, industrial disasters and chronic disease like diabetes and hypertension.


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