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Human sleep follows the rules that govern the sleep time in other animals.

Jerome Siegel, professor-in-residence neuropsychiatric at the UCLA Institute and chief of neurobiology research at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Sepulveda. But some animals can not sleep for a long time to go without a a negative impact, while in others sleep deprivation can be fatal, Siegel said. These new results explain, why some animals survive and reproduce optimally with only a few waking hours, whereas others need to eat all day and must have reduced sleep time. .. Human sleep follows the rules that govern the sleep time in other animals, the analysis concludes. People sleep a little less than animals with similar physiological functions, which suggests that we developed, have more waking hours, to people compete with other people.

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