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Sleep is a natural state of rest that occurs in cycles, during which the body undergoes physiological and neurological processes.

Functions of Sleep:

1. Physical Restoration:

During sleep, there is release of growth hormone allowing the body to repair and regenerate tissues boosting immunity and promoting healing.

2. Brain Function:

Sleep allows for reorganization of neural connections which helps in problem solving, decision making, learning, and attention. it helps with memory consolidation and cognitive function.

3. Physical and Mental Health:

Chronic sleep deprivation is linked to a higher risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, mood disorders, and compromised immune function. sleep is vital for performance, reaction time, coordination, and motor skills.

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