8 Sleeping Facts
8. If you lack of sleep, you’re very likely to come across lapses of concentration and memory, slurred speech, blurred vision, paranoia and hallucinations. At least, that’s what reported by the record holder for the longest time without sleeping in a rocking chair marathon once organized. The record holder managed to stay awake for as long as eighteen days, twenty one hours and forty minutes.
7. The ideal time duration before you fall asleep at night should be somewhere around ten to fifteen minutes. If you happen to fall asleep before it even reaches five minutes, you seem totally worn out or sleep deprived.
6. Parents normally lose four hundred to seven hundred and fifty hours of their sleeping time in their first year of having a baby.
5. Before 1953, paper seemed to be very important to scientists involved in the rapid eye-movement (REM) discovery that they didn’t even manage to commence continuous brain recordings leading to the discovery.
4. When you’ve been asleep after approximately ninety minutes, without you realizing it, you normally experience REM sleep lasting around 2 hours within every single night.
3. It is uncertain, as of yet, whether other species rather than human beings dream or not in their sleep.
2. Mainly due to sleep deprivation, the Chernobyl nuclear accident, the disaster experienced by the Challenger space shuttle and the Alaska being spilled by oil from 1989 Exxon Valdez took place.
1. If you think it’s OK to have some noise while you sleep since it won’t wake you up, you’re definitely wrong. Noise that occurs in your 1st hour of sleep and in your last 2 hours of sleep, in addition to noise you don’t really recognize, will suppress your body immune system badly and disrupt your sleep cycle.
Sunday, January 15, 2012