We all know what it feels like after a bad night’s sleep – you’re tired, sluggish and it’s hard to concentrate. Lack of sleep can have lasting effects on the mind and body. So why is sleep so important? Dr Leonie Kirszenblat talks from a scientific and personal perspective about sleep deprivation and what happens to the brain when we don't get enough here.
Sleep deprivation and what happens to your brain
Discover why sleep is so important to the health of your brain with Dr Leonie Kirszenblat, a sleep and attention researcher ⎮ 14 min listen
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