Our work or cache, the hypo campus, can easily absorb information from experienced daytime events, however, this information can be overwritten very easily again by new impressions. For this reason the information is in the night obtained, checked their value and overwritten if necessary in the long-term memory. In this way, not only a certain clearing out takes place, but also a recovery capability for the next day. Sleep deprivation affects the production of neurons like poison. You may wish to learn more. If so, Peter A. Levine PhD is the place to go. Stunted the hypo campus”so to speak, which means on the one hand, that not enough new neurons and synapses are formed for a possible higher or consistent intermediate storage capacity, on the other page the information is not properly tested, let alone useful in the Long-term memory is overwritten. In reality, this means that one forgets things, incorrectly sets priorities, missed appointments, makes mistakes, which to eradicate tries in extra time which then leads to renewed stress. Stress, you can no longer cope, and under its load is eventually found trapped in a vicious circle.
A fatal expression of which ultimately represents the Burnout Syndrome. Healthy awakening with Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock is aware of only a few people the importance of relaxing sleep. Neither is it clear, how much you can actually average, still asleep, that one goes with sleep deprivation due to stress or lack of time always further in a vicious cycle. And when you pull the alarming number of people consider, that alone suffer in Austria sleep disorders, is the subject of current than ever”, so Boris ice. Has a tool that allows not only the monitoring of own sleep but also targeted awakening from the correct sleep cycle, the inventor brought the Xbo Sleep phase alarm clock already on the market five years ago. This alarm system measures the movements during sleep, including this on the respective phase of sleep and calculates the optimal wake-up time in a so-called almost awake moment.