FOLLOW The Uberman Sleep Schedule According to the Uberman research, Sleep follows the 80/20 Rule—that is, 80% of your recovery comes from 20% of the time you’re asleep. The Uberman Sleep Schedule: if you took 20-minute naps, every four hours, around the clock, you would “train” your brain to fall into REM sleep instantly the moment you tried to rest. Sleep Deprivation is extremely dangerous for the mind and body.
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It will be perfect. Because not only will the hall itself be a bad decision, but anyone who ever attempts to visit it will clearly be making a bad decision as well. Inside the hall, we will have exhibits for all of the worst decisions ever made.
Our emotions are short-term biased
Our emotions are obsessed with the present moment because it’s difficult to look past our immediate fears and anxieties. And this prevents good decision-making.
The sweet spot in de... “Risky” behavior you should consider Propose “moonshot” ideas, knowing that 90% of them will get shot down, but that if one of them gets accepted, it will be a huge boost to your career. Be excessively bold in your dating life, stating exactly who and what you want. Buy difficult books expecting that most of them won’t be useful to you, but also that, occasionally, one will completely change your life. Say yes to every invitation knowing that most of the events/people will be boring, but that occasionally you’ll meet someone really interesting. Optimizing life for fewer regrets
Most of us are afraid of messing thing up. But we rarely ask, “
Would I regret that failure?” If the answer is “no,” then that is absolutely a risk you should pursue.
Sometimes, the right decision becomes crystal clear when put into these terms.
FOLLOW How to Powerhouse through Sleep Deprivation
Sleep deprivation takes a sharp toll on the human brain and body, impairing cognition, motor ability, and mood. Willpower, memory, judgement, and attention all suffer. You drop and bump into things, crave sugar, overeat, and gain weight. You're more irritable, more anxious, overly negative, and more emotionally reactive.
Willpower, memory, judgement, and attention all suffer when you are sleep deprived.
You drop things, crave junk food sugar, overeat, gain weight. You’re more irritable, negative, emotio... Get through sleep deprivation: Stabilize your blood sugar, by eating hearty food (protein and fat) more often. Reduce refined carbs and increase fats and proteins. B-complex vitamin supplements can give you an immediate boost in alertness and mental clarity. Soak in an Epsom salt bath - might even help you get enough energy to exercise the next day. Drink more water than you usually do to help compensate. Exercise is the single best way to “take out the trash” in your body, and after staying up more hours than you should. Deepstash is better on the app. Discover new ideas and get inspired daily. GET THE APP SIGN IN