Research shows that the gaps between brain cells increase by as much as 60% during sleep. This allows the cerebrospinal fluid to move freely between brain cells and flush away harmful toxins, which build up during the day.
One of these toxins is known amyloid-beta, which forms plaque in the brain - and is associated with Alzheimer's disease in many studies.
And now, more recent research has ... ››› more
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