Here’s The Reason Why You ‘Space Out’ After Not Enough Sleep

 

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TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) Ever notice that too little sleep at night can cause you to “space out” the next day? New research suggests that a lack of sleep hampers communication between brain cells, causing temporary mental errors that affect memory and visual perception. That can lead to problems ranging from minor ones such as forgetting your keys when you. TUESDAY, Nov.

7, 2017 (HealthDay News) Ever notice that too little sleep at night can cause you to “space out” the next day? New research suggests that a lack of sleep hampers communication between brain cells, causing temporary mental errors that affect memory and visual perception. Here’s Why You ‘Space Out’ After Too Little Sleep.

TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 Ever notice that too little sleep at night can cause you to “space out” the next day? New research suggests that a lack of sleep hampers communication between brain cells, causing temporary mental errors that affect memory and visual perception. TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Ever notice that too little sleep at night can cause you to “space out” the next day?

New research suggests that a lack of sleep hampers communication between brain cells, causing temporary mental errors that affect memory and visual perception. TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Ever notice that too little sleep at night can cause you to “space out” the next day? New research suggests that a lack of sleep hampers communication between brain cells, causing temporary mental errors that affect memory and visual perception. That can lead to problems ranging from minor ones such as forgetting your keys.

Here’s Why You ‘Space Out’ After Too Little Sleep TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) Ever notice that too little sleep at night can cause you to “space out” the next day? New research suggests that a lack of sleep hampers communication between brain cells, causing temporary mental errors that affect memory and visual perception. The following navigation utilizes arrow, enter, escape, and space bar key commands.

Left and right arrows move through main tier links and expand / close menus in sub tiers. Up and Down arrows will open main tier menus and toggle through sub tier links. Enter and space open menus and escape closes them as well. How to feel refreshed even after too little sleep and why you MUST have an afternoon nap. Never wake up tired again.

Secret to waking up refreshed is to work out your sleep in 90 minute cycles. According to sleep specialist and author of “The Power of When,” Dr. Michael Breus, more sleep isn’t always better for you.

To understand why this is, we need to look at sleep cycles and how much sleep the average person needs. Breus says that most people need 7.5 hours of sleep — the revered eight hours is just a myth. In the study, the researchers found that sleep deprivation makes it difficult for brain cells to communicate effectively, which, in turn, can lead to temporary mental lapses that affect memory.

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However, the most important countermeasure for inappropriate sleep in space represents a work-rest schedule that takes into account the sleep needs of astronauts.

“Space Psychology and Psychiatry” by Nick Kanas, Dietrich Manzey
from Space Psychology and Psychiatry
by Nick Kanas, Dietrich Manzey
Springer Netherlands, 2008

In summary, the need for attention to sleep, fatigue, and circadian factors in long space flight has been established.

“Space Physiology and Medicine: From Evidence to Practice” by Arnauld E. Nicogossian, Richard S. Williams, Carolyn L. Huntoon, Charles R. Doarn, James D. Polk, Victor S. Schneider
from Space Physiology and Medicine: From Evidence to Practice
by Arnauld E. Nicogossian, Richard S. Williams, et. al.
Springer New York, 2016

Adopt this perspective, and we can pose a very different theory: sleep was the first state of life on this planet, and it was from sleep that wakefulness emerged.

“Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams” by Matthew Walker
from Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
by Matthew Walker
Scribner, 2017

In addition, the absence of normal light cues in space result in a disruption of normal circadian rhythms and sleep patterns.

“21st Century Psychology: A Reference Handbook” by Stephen F. Davis, William Buskist, Erin Brooke Rasmussen, Steven Randall Lawyer
from 21st Century Psychology: A Reference Handbook
by Stephen F. Davis, William Buskist, et. al.
SAGE Publications, 2008

Given the busyness of life, sometimes we can’t get the amount of sleep that our body truly needs.

“Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose” by Gabrielle Bernstein
from Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose
by Gabrielle Bernstein
Hay House, 2014

On similarly high-tempo Space Shuttle missions, it was reported that sleep remained very difficult to attain, particularly during earlier Shuttle missions before remediation steps such as the Circadian Adjustment Lighting Schedule were taken.

“Principles of Clinical Medicine for Space Flight” by Michael R. Barratt, Ellen S. Baker, Sam L. Pool
from Principles of Clinical Medicine for Space Flight
by Michael R. Barratt, Ellen S. Baker, Sam L. Pool
Springer New York, 2020

When we take naps, we create space for our dreams.

“Own Your Glow: A Soulful Guide to Luminous Living and Crowning the Queen Within” by Latham Thomas
from Own Your Glow: A Soulful Guide to Luminous Living and Crowning the Queen Within
by Latham Thomas
Hay House, 2017

This is because a nap after half a day’s work serves to replenish our energy, maintain our body, and reestablish the balance between the body and the mind, especially the balance of hormones associated with the function of heart.

“Chinese Health Care Secrets: A Natural Lifestyle Approach” by Henry B. Lin
from Chinese Health Care Secrets: A Natural Lifestyle Approach
by Henry B. Lin
Llewellyn Publications, 2000

The ancients proposed that sleep was a more or less inert state resulting from the passive withdrawal of wakefulness when sensory input diminished.

“Dreams: Understanding Biology, Psychology, and Culture [2 volumes]” by Robert J. Hoss, Katja Valli Ph.D., Robert P. Gongloff
from Dreams: Understanding Biology, Psychology, and Culture [2 volumes]
by Robert J. Hoss, Katja Valli Ph.D., Robert P. Gongloff
ABC-CLIO, 2019

This approach suggests that we sleep because we need to rest and rejuvenate.

“Principles of Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives” by Matt Jarvis, Paul Okami
from Principles of Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives
by Matt Jarvis, Paul Okami
Oxford University Press, 2019

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  • It’s weird how it feels like the photo was moving but it really wasn’t. Is this what it feels like if we really does travel the space with the current fastest speed we’re capable of using? It’ll be a long ride then.. a real long one…

  • Once we develop artificial gravity this is truly one of the best possibilities for living in space. Even better than Mars we could easily get water from Europa which is the key to life just leave a water mining colony automated unit on Europa. We would have an unlimited supply of hydrogen for fuel

  • Thanks for this video. However I am almost certain this is a form of brown noise (or even lower frequency distribution). White noise would have a flat power spectrum of sound frequencies, but this clearly is biased towards low frequency. Could you change the name please? Thanks.

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  • Been having these on in my headphones while working on final papers for the semester. I’ve listened all the way through 2 of the 10hr videos within the last 3 days.

  • This has become one of my favorite sleeping sounds. I’d be up for buying it, but it seems like you are offering the previous version on your website. Is there a way to get this updated one?

    Also, have you looked into selling your sounds on BandCamp? That’s my favorite online music and sound service. Please let me know how I can acquire this version, it’s brilliant in its subtlety. Thanks!

  • This spaceship reminds me of ancient Indian Vimanas…..they were a very ancient prehistoric spaceship that we have strong evidence to support.

  • Un pequeño fallo de diseño produce que los habitantes de la estación, por efecto de la fuerza centrifuga de la inercia que produce la estación al girara, hace que se queden pegados a los cristales de la ventanas. Una pena 😉

  • I can’t sleep on earth. God idk what I’d do. I’ve had to try everything from all natural to finally resorting to seroquil. It does help most and it doesn’t kick my butt the following day. However, I dream extremely vividly. Thankfully, no sleep terror incidents which I had all the time. It does suck to need a medicine for rest but insomnia is even worse. However, I’m still trying to find any natural solution

  • This channel with all of its noise relating to space makes me want to live in a space station or a ship, and the channel never fails to soothe me!

  • I suggest a good indica, something that puts you on the couch and puts you asleep after a while… Weed isn’t illegal in space. I’d bring some with me if I was a astronaut

  • I’ve been on prescription sleep aids for 5yrs now, so I know their pain. I can’t sleep without them now (unless I’m up for several days straight) I’m never naturally able to fall asleep. Which sucks because I’m super tired but just can’t manage to pass out.

  • Been suffering from acute depression when I found this. The sound makes me feel safe and completely enveloped, like a cushion protecting me from horrific thoughts for a while and even helping me sleep. Thank you.

  • And these bad companies keep trying to say that’s zero gravity beds will help you sleep better well how come the astronauts aren’t sleeping good

  • First thing I would do is provide a dark quiet space for sleeping. Provide beds with belts or sleeping bags. Allow people to sleep in a position aligned with what is perceived as the floor. Designated lights out time for the station aside from barebones staff to keep it running safely. I think all of these reducing the alien feeling and making it feel as much like home as possible. I don’t know how reasonable my idea are, but that is where I would start.

  • The only way I see to side step the problems of prolonged weightlessness is using artificial gravity (via rotation). It seems unlikely that prolonged flights can be achieved by other means

  • What a crook of shit the sheeple are still sleeping after all this crap NASA is responsible for… deserves their dream sleep. Nighty night!