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Some sleep gyaan
A lower core body temperature enables sleep in our bodies. During the normal circadian rhythm, sleep occurs when our core body temperature drops. The average adult’s temperature is lowest at 5 AM or two hours before it is time to wake up. Conversely, a warmer core body temperature is associated with greater use of energy.
An average adult requires about 7-8 hours of sleep. However, sleeping too much is just as bad for you as sleeping too less. Studies show that individuals who sleep for more than 9 hours have the same cognitive difficulties as those who sleep fewer than 5 hours. This is because longer hours of sleep is associated with poor quality of sleep, which prevents regions of the brain communicating properly.
Sleep deprivation vastly affects the need for sleep. Two to three nights of sleep deprivation can create a sleep deficit that manifests as several problems such as altered cognitive functions, memory loss, a poor immune system amongst others. Even if you try to make up for lost sleep, only one-third or one-half of lost sleep can be recovered.
Sleep occurs in a series of repetitive cycles. Light sleep to deep sleep to the REM phase of sleep, when dreams occur. We tend to wake at the end of every cycle, even though we don’t know this. This is when we typically change our sleeping position.
Research shows that junk food cravings for the sleep deprived increases by 45%. Lack of sleep feeds the hormone for appetite and decreases the hormone for satisfaction. So if you’re sleep deprived, you’re likely to be very hungry, very often.
REM sleep and deep sleep help you recover from the stress events experienced during the day. During REM sleep, stressful events from your day are played back to you as dreams – but without the stress hormone – this allows you to gain perspective and emotionally readjust yourself. Memories are also adjusted during REM sleep, with some connections becoming stronger and some becoming weaker.
A circadian rhythm for humans is a carefully constructed 24 hour cycle that is dependent on various social and physical cues. It is our internal biological clock. Exposure to daylight, social and family activity have powerful influences on our circadian rhythms.
You snore because the tissues in your throat are relaxed. When you breathe, the air rushes past these relaxed tissues, causing vibrations that create the sound of snoring. Anything that stops you from breathing normally through your nose while you sleep, makes you snore.
Sleeping on your back worsens the condition and sleeping on your side can help to some extent.