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  • During deep sleep, which is approximately 45 minutes every hour, we actually clean out

  • all the sludge from our brain. Our brain is very active actually in deep sleep. It also

  • does what is called unconscious mental processing. So deep sleep actually increases the activity

  • of those genes that are responsible for removing toxins. We also know that in dream sleep you

  • release psychological stressors. And now there is new research that shows that there's a

  • protein that gets activated that's part of your epigenome, which is like a chaperone.

  • It never sleeps. This protein is active in a dream state, in deep sleep. It's basically

  • cleaning up your body of accumulated stresses and toxins.

  • If you're sleep deprived you have a high risk for obesity because there are certain hormones

  • that are known as ghrelin and leptin that change your hunger and satiety levels. They

  • also change steroid metabolism. So even if you didn't eat too much you get to belly fat,

  • lack of sleep. And then the belly fat acts as an endocrine organ, a hormonal organ that

  • messes up steroid metabolism. So it's a vicious cycle. Deep sleep therefore is associated

  • with inflammation, with leaky gut, with loss of creativity, a loss of energy, Alzheimer's,

  • risk for many inflammatory disorders. This research is pretty new and a deep sleep, which

  • means about seven to eight hours of sleep every night without drugs or induced by alcohol,

  • is absolutely essential for your body to remain in good health, to remove the amyloid from

  • your brain that causes premature dementia and Alzheimer's and to actually self-regulate

  • the cellular activity in your entire body. I couldn't emphasize that sleep is probably

  • the number one thing our society needs to pay attention to. And most people in our society,

  • 70 percent or so are using a sleeping aid to sleep, but it doesn't give you normal sleep

  • anyway. So you're not refreshed in the morning, you're not getting natural sleep and you're

  • risking yourself too addictive tendencies as well. Besides, it's not doing what sleep

  • is supposed to do.

  • So when you go to sleep make sure there are no distractions; make sure that you had a

  • good active day, paradoxically the more exercise you do the better sleep you get; make sure

  • that your bedroom has no distractions. You shouldn't have a TV set in your bedroom, you

  • shouldn't have your computer in your bedroom, you should not have your phone in your bedroom,

  • nothing. The room should be totally dark because darkness helps increase melatonin. You should

  • not associate your bedroom with anything other than sleep or sex, but if you do associate

  • it with entertainment or anything else that's going to interfere with the quality of your

  • sleep. The room should be dark and you can use things like aromatherapy, et cetera, to

  • relax your body. You can do breathing awareness, but you shouldn't have to try to sleep. Trying

  • to sleep is act actually stressful. The more you try to sleep the more insomnia you'll

  • get.

During deep sleep, which is approximately 45 minutes every hour, we actually clean out


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ディパック・チョプラ:あなたの脳からスラッジを一掃する方法 (Deepak Chopra: How to Clean Out the Sludge From Your Brain)

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    richardwang に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日