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Scrolling hasn’t always been digital, it originates from ancient civilizations who used scrolls of papyrus to record information.

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No sleep means a 40% deficit in the ability of your brain to make new memories.

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Pulling an all-nighter can result in a 40% deficit in memory creation. This is because sleep acts like a save button for our brain, consolidating new information. Without sleep, the brain’s memory circuits become inefficient, like a waterlogged sponge, unable to absorb new information effectively. This significant reduction highlights the crucial role sleep plays in learning and memory, underscoring why adequate rest is essential for optimal cognitive function.

TED Talk | Matt Walker | 2019

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