Reduction of sleep not only affects daily routine, but it also causes disturbances and mental fatigue also arise inside the brain. But the continuous decrease in sleep reduces neuroscience and weighs bilateral relations between them, and the sleep of sleep cannot even reverse this loss.
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In Italy, Michael Bellies, professor of the Marshall Polytechnic University in Italy, has done unusual and complete sleep experiences on the mice and has concluded.
It is clear that brain cells or neurons are constantly updated with two types of sub-Galilee cells, which are also known as nervous system. Microbial cells are exhausted from the brain to remove broken cells and this process is called phygosytosis.
Sleep plays an important role in this and removes disturbed content and breakdown from the brain. But the lack of sleep affects the brain and thus starts to harm itself. Experts wondered that lack of sleep caused contact with brain cells or connections seriously. For more information on this item, they started taking a scan of mice.
These mice were divided into four groups: Six to eight hours the rat with gold, another group was suddenly picked up sleeping, third group mice were raced instead of sleep for eight hours and while the last group continued for five days Gold was not given, ie, a decrease in sleep was generated.
Two kinds of sleepers who did not sleep for eight hours and did not sleep for five days, had an activity in which microgrily started food cells in the same way as they used to harm the corrupt brain in sleep. And this rate was noted up to 14 percent that is amazing.
The bad news is that experts said that there can be many diseases like this, which includes nervous disorders and Alzheimer’s. That’s why we can get a constant decrease in sleep, which can lead to Alzheimer’s disease. However, we can not finally say that the same goes on humans too, but the main research done on the mice has been proving to humans, and one day there may be some similarity between them.
This important study of its nature has been published in the Journal of Neuroscience.