Michelle Belesi professor of the University of Marche Polytechnic said, “We have shown for the first time that astrocytes actually eat the parts of the signage due to lack of sleep “
Scientists cautioned that by taking less sleep, the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders increases in the human body.
Researchers at Marche Polytechnic University in Italy, studied the brain by placing two groups of rats in special circumstances. A group of rats were allowed to sleep as long as their wish, while in other, it was awakened for just eight hours. The second group was kept alive for five days continuously.
According to a report published in the journal ‘New Scientist’ of this study, a team of researchers found that approximately 6% of the astrocytes were detected in the brain’s synapse of rats, which were uninterrupted sleeping. Researchers found that astroscopy was found to be about eight percent active in low-sleeping rats. At the same time, the level of sleeping mice was 13.5 percent.
Significantly, the astrocyte works to isolate unnecessary intestines in the brain. Michelle Belsi of the University of Marche Polytechnique said, “We have shown for the first time that astrocytes actually eat the parts of the signage due to lack of sleep ” But in the long term, this habit increases the risk of Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders “