What If You Could Not Sleep for a Week

a man who hadn't slept for a week depressed

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Imagine all the extra time you would have if you didn’t waste eight hours a day sleeping. More time for work family and fun. Looks like you’re already hallucinating. What would be the short term affects of not sleeping? How would this impact your daily life? What would happen to you after your insomnia challenge was over it if you haven’t slept for a week.

You spend about one third of your life sleeping. While you catch some seas, your body conserves energy stores new information and even gets rid of toxic waste. You need different amounts of sleep during your life. In your first year you needed up to 17 hours of sleep each day and before age 12 need up to 13 hours as an adult 7 to 9 hours each night should do the trick. Cut sleep out of your life and you could be on the road to extreme Fatigue paranoid delusions and even death. If you plan to go an entire week without sleep you probably want to start things off on the right know how about an adequate eight hours of the night before.

Well, restful sleep is more than lying down with your eyes closed. There are several stages first everything slows down that includes your brain waves and your heart rate your temperature lowers. Eventually, your whole body relaxes during deep sleep. Your body replenishes its energy and repairs itself and In the last stage rapid eye movement or REM sleep, your brain activity increases again. This is when you dream and process information.

Your first day without sleep would be pretty typical UPS energetically as alert as usual after a full day of work and activity it start to feel fatigued but around bedtime you stay yourself to stay awake after 24 hours. You’d already feel the effects of skipping a night of sleep you’d have trouble paying attention your hand-eye coordination would be a little clumsy. And your ability to make decisions would be slightly impaired too. You should not get behind tha wheel of a car being awake for a full day would be like having a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.10%. That’s well over the legal limit as the day wears on, your appetite, mood and stress levels would be significantly affected too. After 36 hours awake, hormones like cortisol insulin or human growth hormone would be out of balanced. You could also make risker decisions,, be inflexible in your reasoning And flexible in your reasoning and have embarrassed speech. Hopefully your job is one where the wrong word choice or in 10 nation could have outsized consequences for the world.

Staying awake through the second night in a row would be a real struggle. At this point you could even experience so-called micro slaves when your brain enters in Voluntary. Sleeps waling up from these Would be disorienting and confusing seeing the dawn again, You wouldn’t feel so great after 48 hours without sleep. Your immune system would be disrupted your body would be less prepared for threats to your health like bacteria and viruses and G3 bodies. Overwhelming urge to swing would impact your ability to think. You wouldn’t be able to perform basic tasks. You’d become irritable anxious and even depressed you to have a hard time recognizing the differences between angry and happy facial expressions after 72 hours your perception would be significantly alter and you still have half the week to go no you could experience hallucinations sing things are there or have illusions misinterpreting things that are there play all these dangerous somehow you’d make it through 168th hour that’s one full week hopefully it’s still have your job you’re free Emily and Sam add song do you could finally sleep again you were able to when Tyler shields an American photographer experimenting with staying away from 40 days took him eight hours to finally get to sleep OK let’s not mince words sleeping is it for the week for a living if you are worried about it think Sam Moran deadline trying to go without sleep Ethan for one they put you on a dangerous path but what if your body need to sleep at all

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What If We No Longer Needed Sleep
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What If We No Longer Needed Sleep

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