Monday, September 22, 2008

Purpose of Sleep 2

It would seem that men and women experience sleep differently.

Meanwhile, German researchers find that odour cues during slow-wave sleep prompt declarative memory consolidation [Science, 9 March 2007]

So perhaps sleep is affected by the smell of the partner. Researchers at Wheeling Jesuit University found that Jasmine's odour leads to more restful sleep, decreased anxiety and greater mental performance [Wheeling Jesuit University via Sense of Smell Institute]

The Sense of Smell Institute is funded by the Fragrance Industry. So perfume helps you to fulfil the purpose of sleep does it?

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