Jessi stayed up too late,
Jessi stayed up too late, so she's feeling really tired. Luckily, she isn't too tired to tell you all about what happens when we sleep and why we feel so terrible when we don't get enough sleep!
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It’s 4am, and the big test is in 8 hours. You’ve been studying for days, but you still don’t feel ready. Should you drink another cup of coffee and spend the next few hours cramming? Or should you go to sleep? Shai Marcu defends the latter option, showing how sleep restructures your brain in a way that’s crucial for how our memory works.
Lesson by Shai Marcu, animation by Javier Saldeña.
Watching at 2:13 am lmao. Now i'm guilty
who else is here because their PE teacher needs them to write an assignment about this?
Ok but is no one gonna talk about the piano skills of the guy in the video ??✨
This is a great video. The most important thing i learned is that sleep can help you abtain knowledge and to better your memory. I think it is facsinating how sleep is so crucial but that tends to be one thing teenagers, including myself, resist.
Many english words cant remember reason cause my brain has not my memory .reject .i remember some words many year but not install my brain .i remember some words one day .all time year has my brain install .what is reason with my brain and memory in portion .? Some words are not match with my brain ?
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What keeps you up at night? Pondering deep questions? Excitement about a big trip? Stress about unfinished work? What if the very thing keeping you awake was stress about losing sleep? This seemingly unsolvable loop is at the heart of insomnia, the world’s most common sleep disorder. So what is insomnia? And is there any way to break the cycle? Dan Kwartler details the science of insomnia.
Lesson by Dan Kwartler, animation by Sharon Colman.
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Ive been dealing with this since Dec’19 and I feel like Im losing my mind ? please pray for me
Literally did not sleep a wink last night. Caused by anxiety and PTSD. I now feel like a walking zombie.
I dealt with with sleep problems for over 2 yrs and thought there seems to be no solution for me. I got this sleep program , Sυnodoz Plan , Go ogle it , from the psychological behavioral therapist. It helped me discover more about sleeping. I`m now sleeping comfortably again each night. I love slumbering on my mattress once more...
Me having imsomnia and sleep paralysis: visible pain
i’m so tired, i just want to sleep