SLEEP & MEMORY: HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH
“The Goldilocks Effect”
It’s no secret that too little sleep prevents you from being alert, but did you know that too much sleep may have the same negative effect on memory?
Goldilocks was on to something:
It’s just the RIGHT AMOUNT that does the trick
According to Harvard Medical School, the right amount of sleep may help maintain memory later in life. Researchers estimated that under-sleepers and over-sleepers were mentally two years older than people who got 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night.
- -Discuss the role of sleep & memory
- -Give tips to improve quality of sleep
- -Perform live, on-air memory demonstrations
ABOUT: Dave Farrow
Dave Farrow earned the Guinness World Record for memory by recalling the exact order of 59 decks of shuffled playing cards. He created ‘The Farrow Method’ to help combat his severe dyslexia and ADHD and this is now a certifiable memory system backed by a double blind neuroscience study at McGill University. Dave has been featured guest on Steve Harvey, The Today Show, Discovery Channel and many others.
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