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  • way Spend 1/3 of our lives doing it.

  • Yet we still don't completely understand this bizarre ritual we carry out each night.

  • You lie down, your body goes unconscious.

  • You see the weirdest pictures in your head and then wake up on Lee to repeat the whole process the next day.

  • Sleep is funny, and here's the proof.

  • Like I said, you spent 1/3 of your life off in dreamland.

  • That's about 25 years.

  • If you were doing the math, we also spend about seven years of her lifetime trying to fall asleep.

  • Everybody thinks you need eight hours of shut eye each night, but your sleep.

  • Our requirement changes throughout your life.

  • Children need 10 to 12 hours.

  • Teens need 8 to 11 adults, 7 to 8 hours and seniors air fine with 6 to 7 hours.

  • Now.

  • Good sleep is necessary for effective work and productivity, but good doesn't necessarily mean long.

  • Some famous historical figures slept very little from 2 to 4 hours, and this didn't prevent them from doing great things.

  • Divinci, Franklin, Tesla's Churchill And that's not all.

  • There's a sleep mutation that allows a person to sleep just 2 to 6 hours and not experience any side effects.

  • Now, if you have a dog or cat, then you might have noticed that they make funny sounds while they're sleeping.

  • Yes, they do.

  • Dream, and experts aren't quite sure why or what they see.

  • My dog, Riley even barks in his sleep.

  • Temperature is a critical part of sleep and possibly dreams.

  • If your room is too cold or hot, it can trigger nightmares like you're in a cramped space or a fire.

  • Some great discoveries were found thanks to dreams.

  • For example, Mendeleev created the periodic table after he dreamed about it.

  • This happens because our brain processes and analyzes all the events we experienced throughout the day.

  • Many experts believe this is why we dream in the first place.

  • By the way, I love hearing dream stories.

  • What's one dream you remember the most?

  • Or maybe have on a regular basis?

  • Let me know down in the comments and onto that weird, sudden twitch your body might do as you're falling asleep.

  • This happens because the brain sends impulses to the muscles.

  • It's called a hip nick jerk.

  • But why does the brain do it?

  • Nobody knows for sure.

  • Our brain shuts off all our muscles when we sleep.

  • This is so that you don't run away in real life as you're dreaming about running away from some pursuer.

  • But the brain doesn't shut off the eye muscles, which is why your eyes can move and they dio during the deepest part of sleep, a stage called rim or rapid eye movement.

  • But what if your brain wakes up and your body muscles are still disabled?

  • This condition is called sleep paralysis.

  • Many people have experienced it at least once in their life, and those same people say it's far from pleasant.

  • Sleep, in reality, are mixed in this state, and individuals can see hallucinations.

  • Babies dream in the womb, but there are no visual images in these dreams.

  • On Lee, tactile and auditory sensations are spine relaxes and stretches when we sleep, meaning you can be a wee bit taller in the morning.

  • Then, in the evening, people sleep under blankets not only for warmth, though that does help.

  • It's also psychological way.

  • Relax better, thanks to the blankets touch, even if it's heavy.

  • That slightest bit of pressure on our bodies sues the nervous system much like a hug.

  • We also feel more protected when we sleep under the covers.

  • Ah, body out in the open makes a person feel uncomfortable and vulnerable, especially when you're about to let your guard down and go to sleep.

  • And, well, the blanket thing is just a custom.

  • Even if you don't feel like you need it.

  • It feels weird to sleep without it.

  • Japan and South Korea get the least sleep on Earth less than six hours.

  • New Zealand gets the most a whopping eight hours when of the few places getting the recommended amount.

  • College students might not believe me, but pulling all nighters cramming for an exam won't help your grade.

  • If you're going to do that, do it a couple of days before the big test day, the night before.

  • Get good sleep.

  • It helps you retain learned information.

  • Nobody knows for sure what causes deja vu.

  • One of the theories is associated with sleep, even though it translates from French as already seen.

  • You likely dream something but forgot about it by the morning.

  • Then, in reality, you see those events that are a bit like the forgotten dream.

  • Have you ever had deja vu?

  • A lot of animals, like horses and zebras, sleep while standing there.

  • Body has evolved to pull this off so they can run away from danger at any moment.

  • Some birds the albatross as an example, can sleep while flying.

  • There's a whole laundry list of animals dolphins, manatees, penguins and crocodiles, to name a few that sleep with one eye open.

  • It's possible because half of the brain's air working and watching the situation around while the other half sleeps.

  • Some people not only snore during sleep but can also grind Nash or clench their teeth.

  • This is called Brooks is, um, like a lot of things connected to the world of sleep.

  • Nobody knows the exact causes of this phenomenon.

  • Sleep is as vital.

  • The humans as food and water are a healthy person, will live longer without food than without sleep.

  • It seems obvious that we need to sleep so that all our bodies bids can refresh themselves.

  • But no one has fully figured out all the effects sleep has on the body on Lee that we need it and we don't do well at all without it.

  • One thing's for sure.

  • Our body accumulates energy during sleep If you don't sleep for a long time, then the body looks for this energy in food.

  • Not surprisingly, lack of sleep often leads to weight gain.

  • Sleepwalking is another mystery we haven't figured out yet, but there are plenty of misconceptions surrounding it.

  • You might imagine a sleepwalker with their arms extended out in front of them like a zombie.

  • But that's just not the case.

  • You often can't even recognize if a person is sleepwalking and waking, a sleepwalker won't give them a heart attack.

  • But it probably will give them a shock, and they might try to fight you.

  • It's much better to gently guide a sleepwalker back to bed without waking them, if you can.

  • Many people claim that they don't dream it all, but they likely just forget the dreams they do have.

  • If you want to remember your dreams, then put a notebook or a voice recorder next to the bed as soon as you wake up immediately get to writing or recording the 1st 90 seconds after waking up our ideal.

  • It might take some practice, but you will start remembering more and more of your bizarre brain movies.

  • If you do remember your dreams.

  • How many do you think you have a night?

  • One big, long epic movie?

  • Nope, It's more like 4 to 6 of them each night, and your dreams get longer throughout the night.

  • It's the final one you're probably recalling.

  • Before there were alarm clocks, people had all kinds of ways to wake up.

  • Some got up with the sun at the crack of dawn.

  • Others depended on their rooster toe.

  • Wake them.

  • And in more populated areas, it was thanks to the ringing of the city tower.

  • There was also a special profession called a knocker upper.

  • This probably not very popular.

  • Fella would walk among houses in the morning and knock on bedroom windows to wake people up for work.

  • Layla buys.

  • How did they work on babies so well?

  • Well, imagine you're a baby again.

  • You've had a busy day discovering new things in this world.

  • All kinds of smells, sounds, materials.

  • The day you found your toes was a particularly busy one.

  • It's hard to fall asleep at the end of the day when your brain is struggling to analyze such a massive storm of new information.

  • But when you hear a lullaby, your brain can concentrate on one thing.

  • That soothing, hypnotic voice Your head clears.

  • You feel it.

  • Peace and sleep soon follows.

  • On that note, I'm getting kind of sleepy myself.

  • Wake up.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/04
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