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The Connection Between Endorphins, Sleep and Memory
Endorphins are a natural pain reliever that are released in the body when it experiences certain activities. Let’s explore how endorphins work with sleep and what the connection may be between endorphins and memory formation.
Endorphins are a natural pain reliever that are released in the body when it experiences certain activities. On one hand, they can block perception of pain while on the other hand, they can increase feelings of wellbeing. They have been found to increase during times of physical activity, sex and laughter. Endorphins also play an important role in sleep and memory. In fact, they help regulate both processes for better quality of life.
In this post we will discuss how endorphins work with sleep and what the connection may be between endorphins and memory formation.
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Will Daylight Savings Time be Permanent?
For centuries, parts of the world has switched between DST and Standard Time each year, but there are strong incentives in both the European Union and the US to end the practice. If you ask sleep experts, there are compelling reasons to do so, but for practical reasons, implementing permanent Daylight Savings Time might take a long time.
How Menopause Affects and Changes Sleep
During menopause, women can experience poor, disrupted sleep. Hot flashes are among the most common side effect, but sleep can be affected by other sleep disorders that may impact both nighttime and daytime quality of life.
Sleep Deprivation in College Students
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