Why getting ready for bed is thirsty work: Our internal body clock triggers a desire to drink as we feel sleepy

Most people will have woken at some point with their mouth feeling like it is full of dry cotton wool, but it seems our brains have a built in mechanism to prevent this.
Researchers have found that the brain's internal biological clock actually stimulates our thirst in the hours before we go to sleep.
The findings may help to explain why many people can feel the need to have a drink right before going to bed.
The researchers discovered a signalling molecule is released by the region of the brain that regulates the internal body clocks of mice to trigger a response in 'thirst neurons' as it... read more

28 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail

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