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Does Your Brain Get Tired Like the Rest of Your Body?

Does Your Brain Get Tired Like the Rest of Your Body?

We all know what it feels like to be burned out. But does that really mean our brain is tired? HowStuffWorks gets in to the science of brain drain.


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