What Makes Insomniac Brains Different?
"Insomnia is a common sleep disorder defined by night time and daytime symptoms."
Researchers Identify Brain Differences Linked To Insomnia
"Johns Hopkins researchers report that people with chronic insomnia show more plasticity and activity than good sleepers in the part of the brain that controls movement."
Increased Use-Dependent Plasticity in Chronic Insomnia
"During normal sleep several neuroplasticity changes occur, some of which are considered to be fundamental to strengthen memories. Given the evidence linking sleep to neuroplasticity, it is conceivable that individuals with chronic sleep disruption, such as patients with chronic insomnia (CI), would experience abnormalities in neuroplastic processes during daytime."
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