REM Sleep Deprivation and Migraines0

Researchers at Missouri State University’s Center for Biomedical & Life Sciences found that REM (rapid eye movement) sleep deprivation caused increased expression of the proteins which are known to play an important role in initiating and sustaining chronic pain. REM sleep occurs in 90 to 120 minute cycles during the course of the night and is also thought to be involved in the process of storing memories, learning and balancing our mood.

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