How long does the perfect drift last? Can you sleep during the weekend to help you sleep? Why am I so happy when I'm up late? If you just talk about sleeping, make sure you want to skim and move quickly, you might want to review these little-known facts about sleep health. Then, you can go ahead and rest.
Let's start with the obvious: you need a dream. Your body releases important hormones when you rest, helping everything from immune to metabolism to overall mood. Although natural as breathing and flashing, many external factors can contribute to sleep health. Maybe sleeping with somebody affects your dream. Perhaps stress and anxiety affect whether you have a good rest.
The existence of consistent sleeping routines can ease sleep and combat some things that make it difficult to close your eyes. Before you fully adjust your night habits, you should probably start dealing with what you've been doing since you were born. So find a pleasant place, put your PJs and settle down. Here are 21 things you should know about your sleep health.
First You probably do not sleep enough.
According to the CDC's 2016 report, every third adult does not sleep enough. Adults between the ages of 18 and 60 should receive a solid seven hours each night.
2. Sleeping makes you less hungry.
As Alaska Sleep Clinic says, "Loss of sleep changes the time and release of hormones that control the appetite."
3. Lack of sleep is associated with other increased health risks such as heart disease and high blood pressure.
According to the CDC, "sleep less than seven hours a day is associated with increased risk of developing chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and frequent mental problems."
4. The insane is not just about how much sleep you sleep at night.
She has more to do with sleeplessness and sleep.
5. You will need about 10 to 15 minutes to be surprised.
If you need five minutes or less to be overwhelmed, you are probably denied sleep. On average people are sleeping for about seven minutes.
6. Married people report a somewhat better sleep health.
According to the CDC estimates, seventy-seven percent of married people reported only a healthy duration of sleep. For comparison, 62 percent of adults who were never married and 56 percent of adults who were divorced, widowed or separated, reported the same. (My compunction if you hoped you would blame your partner for your lack of sleep.)
Women need more sleep than men.
Researching this gender imbalance is attributed to women who are "more likely to do more tasks, making the brain more stressful and requiring more recovery time" Business Insider.
8. More women report bad sleep than men.
Eighteen percent of women suffer from bad sleep compared to 8 percent of men. Research shows that this is true in high school where students are less likely to sleep than students.
9. Snoring interrupts REM cycles.
If you are tough, your body will probably be oscillating between the first two levels of sleep instead of ever having a REM cycle. It is a sleep phase in which your body goes into a corrective way, contributing to a healthy immune system and regulating hormones that suppress the appetite and cause appetite.
10. "Social Jet Lag" is the name for drowsiness on Monday morning.
One recent study of the phenomenon of "social delays" has been found, "regularity of sleep, sleep alone, plays a significant role in our health."
11. That thing you can not get out of bed in the morning? This is called "dysania".
Although not a medically recognized condition, dysania is used to describe the ultimate lethargy in the morning. It can be associated with depression.
12. You have been awake for too long and you feel "drunk".
One study showed that when people went from 17 to 19 hours without sleep, their effectiveness decreased or worse for someone with 0.05 percent BAC. (As a reminder, 0.08 percent is a legal limit.)
NASA says the perfect drift lasts 26 minutes.
However, not all researchers agree.
14. Music can help you sleep better at night.
All the while classical music. The 2008 study found that "the relaxation of classical music is an effective intervention to reduce sleep problems".
15. If you are flying a lot, you may have a hard time sleeping.
Not only because of jet lag. Research suggests that high environments can negatively affect your sleep cycle.
16. The feeling of rest after the nightmare is normal.
However, recurring nightmares are associated with anxiety while awake as well as issues such as insomnia that can affect overall sleep health.
17. Lack of sleep may kill you faster than food deprivation, some experts say.
Obviously, neither is ideal. However, Tony Schwartz, in a Harvard Business Review article, says that a week without food had less negative side effects than a week-long sleep. Schwartz also states that deprivation is a form of torture to Amnesty International.
18. Sleep apnea affects your ability to recall memories.
The 2019 study found that the state in which breathing temporarily stops during sleep can affect autobiographical memories of the person, making it difficult to remember the experience of personal memories.
19th Depression, prostate and arthritis problems are just three of the health problems that can affect your dream.
Inability to sleep is often not an isolated problem. Not only can it lead to other health problems, but it can also be a sign of existing conditions.
20th Sleep loss that causes stress can cause a change in our brain cells.
A recent study on mice has shown that REM sleep increases when mild daily stress increases. In addition, the brain has changed in structure in response to stressful sleep, especially in the hippocampus that helps in the stress process.
21. "Capturing at bedtime does not necessarily compensate for your lack of sleep during the week.
Though you may feel rested on Saturdays, some studies suggest that regular lack of sleep can have a lasting effect on your metabolism. So, it is best to regularly spend seven days of solid life.