New hope for sleep disorder therapies: scientists have discovered how your brain wakes you up



Researchers from the University of Bern discovered a mechanism which is responsible for the rapid arousal from sleep and anesthesia in the brain. They believe that their findings may give way to new strategies for the medical treatment of sleep disorders and recovery of consciousness in vegetative states. Medical Daily

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