Why We Sleep Audiobook Free

Why We Sleep (2017)

Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams.

The first sleep book written by a leading sleep scientist, explains how we can harness the transformative power of sleep to improve our lives.

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Sleep is one of our most important aspects, yet we often don’t understand it well enough. Until very recently, scientists didn’t know why we sleep, or why it was important, or why we suffered such devastating health consequences if we didn’t sleep. Sleep was one of the most mysterious aspects of human existence.

“Clear-eyed, compelling, and incredibly accessible, Why We Sleep is the book that will forever change people’s minds about sleep.”

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But an explosion of new scientific discoveries in the last two decades has shed new light on the fundamental aspects of human life. Now, renowned neuroscientist and sleep researcher Matthew Walker gives us a fresh understanding of the vital importance and function of sleep and dreaming. Sleep is one of the most important factors for memory retention and logical decision making. It recalibrates our emotions, replenishes our immune system, fine tunes our metabolism, and regulates appetite. Dreaming helps to soothe painful memories and create a virtual reality space where the brain merges past and present knowledge to spark creativity.

Why We Sleep (2017) by Matthew Walker

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