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When should I go to bed to sleep and wake awake? This table is just a find!

Когда нужно лечь спать, чтобы выспаться и проснуться бодрым? Эта таблица просто находка!

With the help of this table you will find out what time you need to go to bed to wake up awake at the right time! For example: If you need to wake up at 8:00 in the morning, your best bet is to go to bed at 10:45 pm or as early as 12:15 pm.

Sleep (lat. Somnus) is a natural physiological process of staying in a state with a minimum level of brain activity and a reduced reaction to the surrounding world inherent in mammals, birds, fish, and some other animals, including insects (for example, fruit flies).

In addition, the word "dream" refers to a sequence of images (formed during the phase of the so-called "fast sleep") that a person can remember (see also a dream). Physiologically, ordinary sleep is different from other conditions similar to it - anabiosis (so-called "hibernation" in animals), hypnotic sleep, coma, fainting, lethargic sleep.

Everyone knows the feeling when a hated alarm clock pulls you out of the arms of the bed and sleep at the most interesting moment. You can’t come to your senses for a long time trying to understand where you are, and all day you feel uncollected. But, fortunately, there is a way to always wake up without problems.

On average, a person falls asleep in 15 minutes. As you know, during sleep in humans, two main sleep phases alternate: REM sleep (BDG-phase, “rapid eye movement” phase ) and Slow sleep phase (also known as deep sleep) .

A good night's sleep consists of 5-6 complete 90 minute cycles of fast and slow sleep. Scientists have calculated the duration of each of the cycles, which made it possible to calculate the time interval when the body will be in the fast sleep phase, and it is easiest to wake up during fast sleep.

Let this trick help you wake up easily and in a good mood when you need it! Sweet dreams and naked pigs;)

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