Sleep is an important part of brain health. While your body is resting, the brain remains active and gets recharged while still controlling the functions of your body. Recent findings also suggest that sleep plays a role in removing toxins that build up in your brain. Getting a good night’s sleep is critical for your ability to focus during daytime hours.
What happens in your brain while you sleep?
Getting enough sleep can re-energize you and make you feel better. But what is actually happening to the brain in the process? CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the science.