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News & Views: Half your brain stands guard when sleeping in a new place
Posted on May 6, 2016 by Katherine Malanson | Categories: ND Unit4, Neurological Disorders | | Add comment |

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No wonder we don’t feel rested after a first night in a new place: Half of our brain has stayed alert while the other half enjoyed deeper sleep, a study published in Current Biology finds. We really have been half-asleep.

Read more at NPR.org.