It is wrongly believed that it is tension keep you up at night, but instead cause some types of stress
the opposite effect. Yes, because they increase the need for sleep. A study confirmed that theory with:
testing on humans and mice. Here, the reason. The sleep which is caused byanxiety is a regulator of the hormones of the
tension. As a result, it relieves the worries of the next day. An effect that can be defined as “reset”.

We should start by emphasizing that mammalian sleep consists of phases BRAKE (shallower and with
dreams) and non-REM (deeper and with dreams). In fact, a new study on mice shows one way to
prolong or induce REM sleep on command. Until now, only the way to eliminate it was known. It seems that the
response in both a group of neurons that stimulates REM and reduces anxiety.

A group of Chinese and British researchers made theexperiment on mice in contact with others from the physical lake
loud. They monitored their brain activity during sleep. It was discovered that one
specific group of neurons responded precisely to stress hormones by giving sleep as a response
REM and non-REM. The neurons remained active for five hours while the mice slept. The cells of the
brain sent signals to others neurons for the regulation of stress hormones. all without
make new hormones.

When the mice woke up, their fear was monitored by checking how long they stayed in the light.
Compared to mice that had little sleep or with muted neurons, mice recovered from a good night’s sleep
they spent more time in the light. As a result, they were less stressed. Now that the cells are picking up the fear, it’s okay
respond with sleep regulator hormones of stress to harness the positive effects of these neurons.
This also applies to the onset of neurodegenerative diseases.

Source: Lega Nerd

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