Lack of sleep meme

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When you become a mom, pulling an all-nighter takes on a whole new sense. Despite the fact that late nights spent nursing a crying baby are nothing like all-night college parties, studies have shown that sleep deprivation causes cognitive impairments close to those induced by alcohol consumption. In other words, being a sleep-deprived new mom is akin to being chronically inebriated. Check out these funny confessions from a few tired moms for more evidence of the detrimental effects of sleep deprivation.
“I got up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and was shocked to find myself warm and wet. It turned out that I was so exhausted that I peed on the couch rather than the toilet. I’d taken off my socks, sat down on the sofa, and started peeing like I was on the toilet. That was yet another bodily fluid I had to clean up that night.”
“I noticed one night that my entire family was in the room with me, but no one was carrying the baby. ‘Where is the baby?!’ I screamed, panicked. ‘Um, honey, you’re breastfeeding her,’ my husband said, looking me in the eyes.

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Sleep is a naturally occurring state of mind and body that is defined by altered consciousness, relatively inhibited sensory function, reduced muscle activity, and suppression of nearly all voluntary muscles during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep[1], as well as reduced interactions with the setting.

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[2] It differs from wakefulness in that it has a reduced capacity to respond to stimuli, but it is more reactive than a coma or other forms of consciousness, with sleep showing new, active brain patterns.
The body alternates between two distinct types of sleep: REM sleep and non-REM sleep, during which sleep occurs in repeating cycles. While REM stands for “rapid eye movement,” this sleep mode has many other characteristics, including virtual body paralysis. The dream is a well-known characteristic of sleep, an experience normally recalled in narrative form and which, when in progress, resembles waking life but can generally be differentiated later as fantasy. Much of the body’s systems are in an anabolic state during sleep, aiding in the regeneration of the immune, nervous, skeletal, and muscular systems;[3] these are essential processes that help to regulate mood, memory, and cognitive function, as well as the endocrine and immune systems. [4] At night, the internal circadian clock encourages sleep. Sleep’s various functions and mechanisms are the focus of extensive ongoing study. [5] Sleep is a trait that has been strongly conserved across animal evolution. [number six]

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In 1986 and 2000, a group of women participating in the Nurses’ Health Study were asked about their sleep patterns, and again three times over the next six years about their memory and cognitive skills. Devore and her colleagues found that women who slept five hours or less per night or nine hours or more per night performed worse on brain tests than those who slept seven to eight hours per night. Their results were published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, which was published online.
While this study could not prove that having too little or too much sleep causes memory and thought issues, it is consistent with other research suggesting that poor sleep can be harmful. Bad sleep has been related to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and depression in previous studies.
What role does sleep play in memory? High blood pressure, diabetes, and reduced blood vessels are more common in people who are chronically sleep deprived. Each of these can decrease blood flow inside the brain. Since brain cells need a lot of oxygen and sugar to function properly, blood flow issues can affect their ability to do so.