Your brain has a clock counting down the seconds until it's time to go to sleep
3 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
During the day, chemical tags gather on proteins that track the brains activity and trigger the feeling of sleepiness when it is time to rest, University of Texas Southwestern researchers found.
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