The discovery that two brain chemical systems team-up to paralyze muscles during sleep could offer clues to sleep disorders, report researchers at University of Toronto.
“The study’s findings are relevant to anyone who has ever watched a sleeping pet twitch, gotten kicked by a bed partner, or has known someone with the sleep disorder narcolepsy,” says Dennis J. McGinty.
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