THE sleep problems They are increasingly common in society and affect health. Work, the economy, stress threaten free time and adequate rest. Then a neuroscientist of Stanford University (USA)determined how calculate the exact time to go to bed.
It is clear that each family is a world, as the old phrase says, and therefore There is no universal time to go to bed.because everyone has different rhythms.
However, an investigation may shed light on one factor that may reveal the key to knowing what time to “lower the blind.”
What is the best time to go to sleep
The doctor andrew hubermann, from Stanford University in Californiahe confided what might be the best time to sleep, post the sun.
“You power drop in the afternoon it usually happens at 14:30, 15:00? Take note for a few days,” the doctor wrote on Twitter.
“Assuming there are no major changes in nighttime sleep or you eat a particularly large lunch, the ideal bedtime is very likely to be six or seven hours after that fall“, Add.
Beyond the numbers and speculations, it is always worth emphasizing that in the face of sleep disturbances the best thing to do is consult a professional doctor.
Circadian cycle and calculus
Sleep patterns are controlled by the circadian cycle, the body’s natural clock. The term refers to the physiological changes that occur to make you feel more alert or sleepy, it spreads 20 minutes.
For example, in the morning, the the body releases hormones that wake you up in response to sunlight.
Adds: However, as the day progresses, it begins to release other chemicals that can cause fatigue, known as postprandial depression.
Huberman believes that the key to knowing when to go to sleep can be found in monitoring when this fall occurs, as it provides an indication of where are you in your sleep-wake cycle?
So, in a few days, taking notes with paper and pencil or on your mobile phone, you can get the magic number with your formula.
For example, if a person starts feeling tired around 3pm, they should try to fall asleep between 9pm and 10pm, according to their theory.
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