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…B5 (pantothenic acid) * B6 (pyridoxine) * B7 (biotin) * B9 (folic acid) * B12 (cyanocobalamin) B vitamins are critical to the proper functioning of the nervous system and are necessary for healthy skin, hair, nails, and eyes. They are also a part of the mucosal lining of the mouth and help keep the bowel functioning normally by enhancing the muscle tone of the gastrointestinal tract. Microorganisms in the large intestine are also capable of…


…easily. The eyes move slowly and muscle activity slows down. Stage 2 — Light Sleep II: Brain waves are slower and eye movement stops. Short or occasional bursts of rapid waves called ‘sleep spindles’ occur. Stage 3 — Deep Sleep: The brain begins to produce slow brain waves called delta waves. These slower brain waves are mixed with smaller, faster waves. Stage 4 — Deep Sleep II: There are no eye movements and…

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