Sleep - Why Bother?

Part Four - Sleep and Learning. When I ask you to think about learning, you are likely to think about sitting down at a desk with a book or computer and being wide awake and focused. You may therefore be surprised to learn that learning also takes place when we are asleep at night. The learning that I'm speaking of is really the consolidation of learning and retaining the information so that it can be recalled at a later date. An experiment about learning new facts and sleep deprivation was carried out with students, half of whom were kept awake all night and the other half who were allowed to sleep normally. Both groups were asked to learn new facts the following day. Those who were deprive

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