We spend a third of our lives sleeping. Often we can no longer remember what we did during this time. Our brain, on the other hand, is very active.
Geneva – Sleep research is a science that can tell us a lot about ourselves, but also about our bodies. If most fell asleep, very few remember what they did in their sleep the next morning. However, this does not mean that our body – and especially our brain – is inactive during this time. On the contrary.
Instead, our upper room is very active during the sleeping hours. 24vita.de reveals what’s behind it here. *
The amazing result: a kind of dialogue between different brain regions arises in deep sleep. According to this, among other things, the hippocampus, the part of the brain that stores temporary memories, sends impressions and information gathered during the day to the cerebral cortex. As a result, there is an exchange in which the events of the day are reviewed, transferred to long-term memory and the connection between neurons is strengthened. What is particularly interesting about this is that the brain reactivates spontaneously and prefers information that it has experienced as particularly beautiful and memorises this more quickly than others who experience it with negative emotions. *24vita.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.
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