What Happens to Your Brain When You Hit the Snooze Button SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : Sleep is super-duper important! It gives your body much-needed rest and recovery. It allows your brain to work at its fullest. But sometimes you feel sleepy right after you wake up and even for most of the day. Any ideas why this happens to you more often than not? No, it’s not because of a lack of sleep. It’s because you keep hitting that snooze button like it’s your job!
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If you hit the snooze button, sleep another 90 minutes! 1:20
What sleep inertia is 😵 3:09
Why coffee can make you feel worse 3:34
You need a nice shock 5:19
… and more sunlight 🌞 6:28
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– If you don’t get another 90 minutes of sleep after snoozing, you’ll feel even worse for it!
– When you go in and out of a cycle repeatedly, that poor brain of yours just goes unhinged and ceases to understand where it is and what it should do.
– That foggy state you get up in after you’ve hit snooze for 10 more minutes is called “sleep inertia.” Here it refers to your brain being unable to shake off the sleep and going straight into autopilot.
– Caffeine, especially in high doses, can cause jitters, anxiety, and an increased heart rate.
– In sleep mode, your brain actively restores your mind and body. When you’re awake, though, it’s busy multitasking with both restoration and daily activities.
– You need to shake off the sleep and make your brain and body come in sync again. And what could tackle that job better than a cold shower?
– Another way to wake up in a better state of mind is to turn on loud music. If you turn on your favorite tunes, your brain will start dancing to the beat, registering the new information, and waking up on the go.
– A cold shock and sound stimulation are nice, but they work best if combined with one more method, and that’s exposure to morning sunlight. Again, it all comes down to hormones.
– When the sun is shining into your face, that melatonin starts to dissipate and your brain gets pulled out of slumber naturally.
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