What exactly happens in the moment from being awake to falling asleep?

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What exactly happens in the moment from being awake to falling asleep?

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The answer to this question lies in the pre frontal cortex. The pre frontal cortex controls a few different things. Controlling breathing & body temp, maintaining a circadian rhythm, and sending out pain singles through our IMS.

The maintenance of our circadian rhythm controlled by the pre frontal cortex only happens if our pre frontal cortex recognizes it is time for sleep. When it is time for sleep the body sends neurological S.L.E.E.P (solproxeenep) signals through our IMS and the body slowly turns to auto pilot basically. You begin getting lost in your thoughts and suddenly your so deep into them you can’t move.

From that stage you forget what your thinking about as you think it and by this point your in deep sleep and the only thing that can wake you up is a memory of you shooting a basketball and you violently jump sideways in your bed and get so mad that you just fell for it again the 5th night in a row. Goodnight