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by Peter Utton,Janice Lobb

  • Author: Peter Utton,Janice Lobb
  • ISBN: 0753405598
  • ISBN13: 978-0753405598
  • ePub: 1311 kb | FB2: 1539 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd (August 20, 2001)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Counting Sheep!: Why Do We Sleep? (At Home with Science) ePub download

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Russell Foster is a circadian neuroscientist: He studies the sleep cycles of the brain. And he asks: What do we know about sleep? Not a lot, it turns out, for something we do with one-third of our lives.

Why do I sleep? Scientists simply don't know for sure

Why do I sleep? Scientists simply don't know for sure. And a study led by Prof Charles Czeisler of Harvard Medical School found that those who read electronic books before they went to bed took longer to get to sleep, had reduced levels of melatonin (the hormone that regulates the body's internal body clock) and were less alert in the morning. Image caption The light bulb and the pressures of modern life have shifted our sleep patterns but at what cost?

Why Do We Sleep? By Stephanie Pappas - Live Science Contributor 2017-07-18T17:08:00Z.

Why Do We Sleep? By Stephanie Pappas - Live Science Contributor 2017-07-18T17:08:00Z. The human need for sleep is a mystery. Although sleep deprivation affects the immune system and alters hormone levels in the body, its most consistent impacts across animals are in the brain. The central nervous system is always impacted by sleep," Frank said.

When I'm worried and I can't sleep I count my blessings instead of sheep And I fall asleep counting my blessings When my bankroll is getting small I think of when I had none at all And I fall asleep counting my blessings. I think about a nursery and I picture curly heads And one by one I count them as they slumber in their beds If you're worried and you can't sleep Just count your blessings instead of sheep And you'll fall asleep counting your blessings.

Counting Sheep! Why do we sleep? follows Archie the elephant, Frank the flamingo, Bob the duck and the rest of the gang while they explore the bedroom. Why do I go to bed? How does my lamp work? and What is moonlight? are just some of the questions that the friends discuss. With accessible diagrams and 12 step-by-step experiments (plus some of the world's silliest jokes!), they find out the simple scientific explanations to these questions and many more. A uniquely unstuffy approach to science that gets kids involved with the world around them.