How to sleep like buddha ? - Mental Health Series - தமிழ் - Episode 66
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Lucid Dream Concept - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucid_dream
Here are five stages of sleeping:
Stage 1: Light sleep. We drift in and out and can be awakened easily. Our eyes move slowly and muscle activity slows.Stage 2: Our eye movements stop and our brain waves become slower with occasional bursts of rapid waves called sleep spindles.Stage 3: Deep sleep. Extremely slow brain waves called delta waves appear, interspersed with smaller, faster waves.Stage 4: Deep sleep. The brain produces mostly delta waves. There are no eye movements and no muscle activity.Stage 5: REM sleep. Breathing becomes more rapid, irregular, and shallow. Eyes jerk rapidly, limb muscles become temporarily paralyzed. Dreams almost always happen in this stage, but may occur in other sleep stages as well.
Each cycle takes about two hours. Then the cycle starts over again with stage 1. As the cycles repeat, deep sleep periods get shorter and periods of REM sleep lengthen. Adults spend half of their sleep time in stage 2, 20 percent of the time in REM sleep, and 30 percent in the other stages. Infants start out spending about half of their sleep time in REM sleep.
It may seem obvious, but we often seem to miss the basic fact that these stages take time; so one of the first things you can do to help yourself is to give yourself enough time to actually sleep. Many people count the time they get in to bed until they get up as their "8 hours". But if you spend 20 minutes reading and another 20 minutes watching television, and then have to figure another 10 to 15 minutes to get to sleep, you just cut 1 hour out of your sleep time.
Source of sleep stages - https://www.trihealth.com/dailyhealthwire/wellness-and-fitness/how-to-fix-common-sleep-problems
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