The experiments of the scientific team have shown that a person needs between 10-15 min. of repose with their eyes closed in order to prepare for falling asleep. This period is plenty in order to sleep undisturbed till the morning.
In order to learn to get enough sleep quickly, pick a weekend when you may not need to sleep for an entire day. Begin the experiment at midnight. Listen to your body and senses. Find out when your body wants to sleep.
A study shows that a lack of sleep can lead to false memories. The study is the 1st of its kind and has determined that less than 5 hours of sleep per night is linked to the formation of false memories.
A person's sleep is an integral part of their life and an absolute necessity. This is the way for the mind and body to relax, without having to pay for it. Lack of it is incredibly unhealthy. . .
The brain ages due to lack of sleep and those people who don't get enough sleep suffer more often from dementia, Alzheimer's and other diseases related to memory.
Nearly 9000 people participated in the study, and the results of it showed that people aged between 50 and 64 that sleep more than 7 hours a day have problems with memory and decision-making.
The one thing that you should be aware of is physical exercises, which disrupt sleep if done up to 3 hours before bed. In some cases, watching TV in the evening with the goal of becoming sleepy can lead us to the opposite effect.
The artificial light, which is present in the period between sundown and the point when we fall asleep, suppresses the release of the hormone of sleep - melatonin.
Many experiments have been carried out for the study of paradoxical sleep. It turns out that every 80 to 90 min, it replaces deep sleep. When it first appears, paradoxical sleep is not continuous - only 9 min. - the shortest out of all sleep cycles.
Even young people in perfect mental health are at risk of diseases of the nervous system if you sleep less than five hours a day.