Despite abnormalities after concussion, sleep continues to aid memory and recall

4 junio 2015

After a concussion, a person can be left with disturbed sleep, memory deficits and other cognitive problems for years, but a new study suggests that despite these abnormalities, sleep still helps them to overcome memory deficits, and the benefit is equivalent to that seen in individuals without a history of mild traumatic brain injury, also known as concussion.