Why do people underestimate and disrespect “the honey-heavy dew of slumber”?
People have a love/hate relationship with sleep; they crave slumber even as they fight it off with caffeine, nicotine or alarm clocks. Circadian neuroscientist Russell Foster decrees that it’s time to view sleep as a necessity rather than an indulgence. He explains why sleep is an essential element of good physical and mental health and explores what happens if you don’t get enough. getAbstract sounds the alarm to wake up and watch his eye-opening lecture.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why humans need sleep
- How lack of sleep can affect the body and mind
- How sleep deprivation relates to numerous mental illnesses
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2 years agoNo secrets here-- sleep at night, be active during the day--sleep 8 hours.
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