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Comparison of evoked arousability in breast and formula fed infants
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    Breast milk evolved to increase DHEA during active sleep...

    Dear Editor

    It is my hypothesis (1985) that the sleep-consciousness cycle is controlled by interactions of melatonin and DHEA. (It has been demonstrated that DHEA is involved in melatonin production and melatonin is involved in DHEA production.) Basically, when melatonin is high, sleep occurs, when DHEA is high, consciousness occurs. As is well known, quiet sleep alternates with active sleep. I suggest this cycl...

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