Sleep Deprivation & Memory

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Sleep Deprivation & Memory

Postby Andaiz » Wed Dec 02, 2009 3:40 pm

Try this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/ ... ns_1.shtml

You guys should try it...it's quite fun!

I'm a FTWM of 3 very active gals and hence am sleep deprived for the past 7 years! Will continue to be till I've got them all trained to wear undies to bed. :cry: :cry: :| :pray:

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Postby EN » Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:07 am

Dont worry Andaiz. It's just a matter of time, they all grow up and leave the nest. I do have a good night sleep with dd but with ds it's an extreme nightmare for 2 years. He don't need much sleep as a child, even now.

Okay, I am a serial 4-6 hours of sleeping pattern since 17. At worst have been sleep deprive for 48 hours mugging for test/exam in JC & uni.

My score for "recognition" is 100% and "temporal memory" 87%. Both above average.

May be will slack once I hit the big 40.

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