pinkpeony

Npr All Things Considered Brains Sweep Themselves Clean Of Toxins During Sleep

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It IS a fascinating study. Thanks for posting. It would be interesting to know if this "housekeeping" takes places in slow wave sleep which we, as narcoleptics, are short of.

If a dialysis machine can remove toxins from the blood as in the case of failing kidneys, is there an equivalent for removing toxins from the brain on the future horizon.

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