02006-04-18 | Brain, News | 1 comment

Guardian Unlimited | Science | Good night’s sleep boosts long-term memory
During a good night’s rest, memories of recent events are shifted from one part of the brain to another, a process that is crucial for developing long-term memories, according to a report published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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  1. Mari

    …which is where all borrowed Universal wisdom comes from where poetry flows – which doesn’t recognize time or space. There or then one is only I am and pure creation. It is a state of stillness and at the same time movement.



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