DailyDirt: Why Do We Sleep?

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There are numerous hypotheses for how and why sleep is important. The facts show that a wide range of animals need sleep and that a lack of sleep is extremely unhealthy, especially if sleep deprivation lasts more than a few days. For example, sleep-deprived lab rats will die more quickly than rats deprived of food. Sleep is clearly essential to normal functioning, but there’s no definitive reason for it. Here are just a few interesting articles that discuss the mystery of the function behind sleep.

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