Sleep and Memory Consolidation

Sci Insigt. 2019; 31(3):107-115.

9 Pages Posted: 8 Jan 2020

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Fuzhou Wang

The Bonoi Academy of Science and Education

Date Written: 2019

Abstract

Sleep occupies about one third of a person’s life. It is a critical physiological process. It is essential for the formation and consolidation of memory. Deficiency, lack of sleep will obviously affect the body’s cognitive function. With the development of society and changes in lifestyle, more and more of people suffer from lack of sleep. We herein review the research history of the relationship between sleep and memory and discuss the most relevant fields and corresponding research progress, introduce various mechanisms of sleep to consolidate memory, and clarify the effects of sleep problems on memory. So as to help people better weigh the pros and cons of sleep, improve the quality of life, and respond to growing competition struggling for pressure and aging.

Keywords: Sleep; Memory Consolidation; Dementia; Stress; Insomnia

Suggested Citation

Wang, Fuzhou, Sleep and Memory Consolidation (2019). Sci Insigt. 2019; 31(3):107-115., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3513489

Fuzhou Wang (Contact Author)

The Bonoi Academy of Science and Education ( email )

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United States

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