Sleep study: A new theory of how sleep works

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The Sleep Study, the largest study of its kind, has focused on the ways in which sleep works.

Sleep scientists say that if you’re awake at all times, it’s your body’s job to keep you asleep.

If your body has a sleep-wake cycle, then your body is constantly trying to keep the sleeping phase in place.

But if you don’t wake up, then you’re not sleeping.

The Sleep study, the biggest study of it’s kind, is also one of the few that shows sleep’s effect on performance.

The study used an old method called the delta sleep stage.

If you’re asleep at a certain point in the night, the brain is using delta waves to guide your behavior.

The delta waves help the brain decide if you should go to bed or wake up.

Sleep research has shown that the delta waves are important in controlling our dreams.

Sleep studies have shown that delta waves in particular help us to control our dreams, particularly when we’re dreaming about someone or something other than ourselves.

If we have to go through a process of waking up and then dreaming about something other then ourselves, that’s a good thing.

If the brain has to wait a while for the delta wave to kick in, that could be a problem.

If that happens, then we may be waking up more than we should.

In the Sleep Study researchers took people off of sleep medications for four weeks, and then gave them a sleep test.

Those who had been off sleep medication for four to six weeks, then gave the test, scored much higher than people who didn’t.

The results were the same whether you had been on sleep medication or not.

The new study also found that people who had a sleep disorder score better on tests like the Stanford test.

This suggests that people with sleep disorders are better able to learn.

They are also better at recognizing their problems, and that may help them recover faster.