May 11, 2017
Health Tip: Sleep is Important for Memory
Here's how it helps
(HealthDay News) -- Want to give your memory a boost? Start by getting enough sleep, which gives your brain time to recharge.
Here's how sleep helps improve memory, courtesy of the National Sleep Foundation:
- Sleep helps your body retain what you've learned.
- Sleep fosters new neuron connections that transform your daily experiences into long-term memories.
- Sleep helps you stay focused while you're studying unfamiliar material.