March 14, 20233 min read, 661 words
Published: March 14, 2023 | 3 min read, 661 words
FeaturedNeuroscienceSummary: Six or fewer hours of sleep at the time of vaccination reduces the body’s antibody response, researchers say.Source: UCLAHow strongly a vaccine protects you may depend on getting enough sleep in the days before and after inoculation, finds a new meta-...
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This is great short read about how sleep affects antibody response from vaccinations. Although some of the data remains inconclusive, the experiment in this article is interesting to read about. Main takeaway is get enough sleep after you receive a vaccination.