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PARTS OF YOUR BRAIN GO BERZERK ON MICROSLEEP

If you try to function normally after you’ve pulled an all-nighter, your eyes start to drift shut no matter how much you try to keep them open. But what happens in the brain during those all-too-few blissful seconds of rest? While some parts of the brain behave the same way they would if you were settling in bed for the night, other areas reflect the unique tug-of-war between sleep and wakefulness, according to a paper published recently in the journalNeuroimage.

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