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Sleepwhich is defined behaviorally by the normal suspension of consciousness and electrophysiologically by specific brain wave criteriaconsumes fully a third of our lives. Sleep occurs in all mammals, and probably all vertebrates. We crave sleep when deprived of it, and, to judge from animal studies, continued sleep deprivation can ultimately be fatal. Surprisingly, however, this peculiar state is not the result of a simple diminution of brain activity; rather, sleep is a series of precisely ...
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