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The answer is of interest not only in sleep but also the perceptions of patients under anesthesia, comatose states, etc. Our senses aren't 'dimmed' in sleep. There is no effective way to turn off our senses. The best way to explain what happens in sleep is that at some point (the last point, actually), our cognitive processing of sensations changes. That ...



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