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Position during sleep determines the rate of cleansing the body - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 August 2015 14:29
Researchers from Stony Brook University in his new scientific work claim that the most useful thing to bed, lying on her side. It is in such a position most effectively cleans toxins from the brain, scientists say. This in turn helps to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, as well as other neurological diseases. With a dynamic contrast magnetic resonance imaging research group led by Dr. Helene Benveniste of Medical Sciences (Helene Benveniste) studied the brain and a complex system glimfaticheskuyu (glymphatic system), which plays the most important role in the effective removal of toxins and waste products from the brain. The results showed that: in position on the side of the process of removing toxins occurs in the best way. Dr. Benveniste used MRI for several years for the study of model organisms glimfaticheskoy - rodents. The method allowed us to identify the path of the system, in which cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is filtered through the brain, and is mixed with the interstitial fluid to clear the major body of waste, just as it does the lymphatic system with our other organs. It was during the night glimfaticheskaya system is fully operational, bringing such a negative influence on brain activity substances such as tau and beta-amyloid. During the experiments, the scientists were forced to sleep mice and put them to sleep on his back, on the stomach or side. Colleagues group Benveniste of the University of Rochester have used fluorescence microscopy and radioactive tracers to confirm the MRI data and assess the impact position during sleep to withdraw substances from the brain of amyloid. Sleeping on your side has been recognized by both groups of scientists the most effective, so the researchers came to the conclusion that not only the quality and duration of sleep affect the relaxation and cleansing the brain, but also the situation during the holidays. "It is interesting that the majority of people and animals, even in the wild, often prefer this situation - says Maiko Nedergor (Maiken Nedergaard), an employee of the University of Rochester, who participated in the study. - It seems that we are adapting to a situation to best removal of metabolic waste from our brains. " "Many types of dementia associated with sleep disturbances, including difficulty falling asleep and insomnia, - adds the researcher. - Such violations may accelerate memory loss in Alzheimer's disease." In the future, the research team plans to conduct similar research involving human subjects in order to finally confirm their findings and make recommendations on the most optimal position for the rest of the night.

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