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Sleep and focus!

Are you aware how important sleep is in maintaining an organised and healthy mind, among many other benefits? I called this post Sleep And Focus because without sufficient sleep, you will struggle to focus. Living in this 21st century is hectic and I think people often forget how imperative it is that we get a good night’s sleep. Felicity Duncan explains all.

Learning and memory

When you sleep, your brain does something called “memory consolidation”, which is basically similar to what a librarian does – it involves sorting through information, grouping it by subject, and filing it neatly away where it can easily be found later. Although the mechanics of how sleep helps learning and memory are not yet clear, what is clear is that people who are sleep-deprived can have a lot of trouble in these areas. A good night’s sleep makes you smarter.

Mood

As I can personally testify, sleep deprivation leads to testiness, gloominess, and general misanthropy. Studies show that people who didn’t get enough sleep the previous night are more irritable, impatient, moody, and unable to concentrate than their well-rested peers. Sleep deprivation can take a toll on personal relationships.

Not only do sleep and focus go well together, but your body as a whole requires a certain number of hours of sleep every night in order for various vital organs (like your heart and brain) and bodily processes to function correctly, such as your metabolism. Getting enough sleep will also be good for your immune system and fending off disease. It will also keep you safe so make sure you don’t deprive yourself of one of your body’s most basic needs!

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