Science and Technology : Scientists Unlock a Mystery of REM Sleep

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    Scientists Unlock a Mystery of REM Sleep



    Exactly what your flickering eyes are doing during the rapid-eye-movement phase of sleep has long been a mystery to scientists, but a team that monitored the neurons of volunteers says it has figured it out. The neuroscientists say that brain activity during eye flickers in REM sleep is “very, very similar” to when people see a new image when awake, strongly suggesting that the eye movements are linked to a “change of scene” during a dream, the BBC reports ...


    https://www.yahoo.com/health/scientists-unlock-a-mystery-of-rem-sleep-126506501658.html




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