Sleep-Engineering: Improve Your Life By Manipulating Your Sleep | Penny Lewis | TEDxGrandRapids

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  • juntjoo nunya
    juntjoo nunya 2 дня назад

    I'm 42.have not found anything to improve my sleep. I've found it's a side effect of the tumultuous path my life has taken. One minute in this vid I can almost guarantee this video won't enlighten me to anything helpful. I'm actually optimistically being pessimistic hoping I'm wrong. Let's see....

  • juntjoo nunya
    juntjoo nunya 2 дня назад

    What do Chinese have to do with this?

  • Alexander Jost
    Alexander Jost 3 дня назад

    Here I am watching this at midnight and my work start at 5:30...

  • mohamed rafrafi
    mohamed rafrafi 5 дней назад

    Stop complaining about it her legs and start listening to her .what is wrong with people for god name.

  • Happy Phal
    Happy Phal 5 дней назад

    Could people who are born-blind dream of something? What if they could dream of something which they never saw in real life?

  • the anime guy
    the anime guy 6 дней назад

    Don't scroll down all comments are abt her legs

  • RAZIK
    RAZIK 9 дней назад

    love your presentation and you .hoping to meet you.

  • Austyn Negrete
    Austyn Negrete 11 дней назад

    we sleep and work 8 hours a day, yayyy I get to enjoy a third of my life

  • addi wei
    addi wei 12 дней назад

    She is doing some tai chi foot movement. That right foot pointing the ground is called “white crane spreads its wings”

  • ToxicDonut81
    ToxicDonut81 12 дней назад

    Oh, sure, I'll wear tights with a run for the most important and most widely publicized presentation of my career!

  • Pintuxo
    Pintuxo 16 дней назад

    I am laughing reading some of the comments. But unfortunately Penny does not give solutions.

  • MoiNokaOi
    MoiNokaOi 18 дней назад

    I did see the descriptions of the recorded brain waves of a person at sleep very interesting. I do replay difficult situations in my dreams, I suppose trying to resolve the problems.

  • Darshan Shah
    Darshan Shah 29 дней назад

    I wish she'd talk more about how to go about actually improving your sleep rather than sharing results of previous studies.

  • Supersonic
    Supersonic Месяц назад

    1:10 so you say we spend more time sleeping than doing anything else... how about being awake? 1/3 > 2/3 confirmed.

  • Aaron Wright
    Aaron Wright Месяц назад

    That ending

  • Nolan Shettle
    Nolan Shettle Месяц назад

    I noticed several years ago that I would make significant improvements overnight. I'd practice and practice something and not get much better during the day. Like juggling or playing piano. I could practice for several hours and slowly get a little bit better, but once awakening the next day I would be far better and make similarly small improvement that day, and then be much better after sleeping. I noticed this as a teenager. I'm sure I'm not the only one.

  • HeyYouPiKACHU
    HeyYouPiKACHU Месяц назад

    I fell asleepe watchign this zzzz

  • Being Stupid
    Being Stupid Месяц назад +1

    How do we make clicking sounds when we're asleep?

  • Marc Thibodeau
    Marc Thibodeau 2 месяца назад

    This was really an eyes opening speech. I simply enjoy sleeping as when I wake up I always feel refresh and usually my problems are simpler when I wake up. It is nice to ear that I am considered normal according to here standard. My secret is no medications and no attempts to try improving artificially what is going on for me. It is nice to see how far the research on sleeps has advanced. I strongly believe that helping people having sleeping disorders regaining the pleasure to sleep should be the focus for now. This is already plenty which can do so much good. The cleanup of toxines occurring only while sleeping seem so important as there is so much toxins created by the addictive processed food that we keep eating. Thank you for sharing. Next time I sleep I will filter out some of my negative attitude on that topic which make me believe that some companies will try to prematurely sell products based on pseudo science on the topic. Thank you for sharing and have a pleasant day.

  • Pola B.
    Pola B. 2 месяца назад

    Why this video didn't show Singn Language Translator present on this talk, at least in corner of vid?

  • Eugenio Jimenez
    Eugenio Jimenez 2 месяца назад

    Excellent video! Dr. Lewis clearly explains how learning can occur during the evening. The video helps me understand from a scientific standpoint how a musician can somehow play an instrument without constantly looking at the piano keyboard or the guitar neck. The brain needs time to learn, and it will..... as long as we allow our brains to be connected with content knowledge during the day and to "make progress" during our sleep. When acquiring knowledge, progress is a sequential process of days and nights. Therefore, time is a crucial factor in learning processes. Dr. Lewis, thank you for an excellent video. Thank you, TED.

  • T Raw
    T Raw 2 месяца назад +1

    Furthermore....

  • Al Ts
    Al Ts 2 месяца назад

    It's curious that most comments are really negative.
    Well, I personally loved the talk.
    It might not appear very practical, but I still enjoyed it and definitely came across some new details about how sleep works.

  • David Roux
    David Roux 2 месяца назад

    Does anybody know what the Fourier transform of those sleep patterns looks like?

  • jamotide Strategie und so
    jamotide Strategie und so 2 месяца назад

    Is she wearing one of Percys brooches of real green?

  • Kimmie Lame
    Kimmie Lame 2 месяца назад

    Ambien

  • Mehdi El Attar
    Mehdi El Attar 2 месяца назад

    this video put me right to sleep

  • Corey Heinlein
    Corey Heinlein 2 месяца назад

    Now that apple watches hold the capability to track sleep, we can build an app that would facilitate that metronome or sound (whatever it may be) using the watch or an IoT device.
    Could be a fairly simple API if someone built it out. I could def use that

  • Albert John Murmu
    Albert John Murmu 2 месяца назад

    I just wasted 16 minutes.

  • Chrispy Bacon
    Chrispy Bacon 3 месяца назад

    Hng

  • Ashwini Vaishnaw
    Ashwini Vaishnaw 3 месяца назад

    Try Yog Nidra. It rejuvenates brain in a short period.

  • Kevin Challinor
    Kevin Challinor 3 месяца назад

    The video is about emerging new ideas stop expecting all the answers

  • GlobalAwakening1111
    GlobalAwakening1111 3 месяца назад

    Purple boys sleep solutions

  • GlobalAwakening1111
    GlobalAwakening1111 3 месяца назад

    Purple boys

  • Muhammed Imran
    Muhammed Imran 3 месяца назад

    I thought this talk was about how to get better sleep.

  • Jaideep Singh
    Jaideep Singh 3 месяца назад

    Just science no helpful tips

  • Seeema Agarwal
    Seeema Agarwal 3 месяца назад

    Is anyone helped by this

  • Steven Wang
    Steven Wang 3 месяца назад

    looks like she's the one who needs sleep the most LOL

  • chris papa
    chris papa 4 месяца назад

    I liked her. She is smart.

  • chris papa
    chris papa 4 месяца назад

    Then my dear researcher perhaps you can explain how rapid eye movement disensiyization andcreprocessing really works on the brain.

    • Pang404
      Pang404 3 месяца назад

      I think there's something wrong with your auto correct

  • zoyeb Zia
    zoyeb Zia 4 месяца назад

    Why is she moving her legs like that??? Weird

  • 3TE
    3TE 4 месяца назад

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS!
    Nice joke

  • Angad Naik
    Angad Naik 4 месяца назад +6

    Y r her legs not synchronizing with her?

  • Dok No See
    Dok No See 4 месяца назад

    everything and anything affects sleep so manipulating it is really a herculean task.. thanks, this gives me an idea before hitting the sack.

    • Dok No See
      Dok No See 4 месяца назад

      anything new after three years???

  • PLANET X
    PLANET X 4 месяца назад +3

    I don't know why some people on here were disturbed by her leg movements. I enjoyed it and thought it added to the presentation.

  • 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399370

    So basically school kills our brain while it also makes it stronger and sharper...

  • #MarkAnthonyGiven Given
    #MarkAnthonyGiven Given 4 месяца назад

    DOES MY SMART BED interpret my dreams?

  • आस A hope
    आस A hope 4 месяца назад

    Ad in ted talk..... >-

  • mariyu Unique
    mariyu Unique 4 месяца назад

    So boring

  • Anthony J.
    Anthony J. 4 месяца назад

    Is it just me or are her legs really long compared to the rest of her body ?

  • ABCDE
    ABCDE 4 месяца назад

    The first Nobel Prize in chemistry was given in 1901. Kekule died in 1896 and he never received a Nobel prize because the prize was not operational yet. Good presentation anyway.

  • musician
    musician 4 месяца назад

    Interesting talk but it didn’t teach me anything about how to actually manipulate sleep only that it’s possible

  • yennam naveen Reddy
    yennam naveen Reddy 5 месяцев назад

    “I need to sleep on this..” is Awesome!

  • Waqar Sajid
    Waqar Sajid 5 месяцев назад

    Thanks for this information!

  • Susan Harbison
    Susan Harbison 5 месяцев назад

    I wasn't going to comment but then the more I thought about it the more annoyed I was. Spoiler: If you are watching this video hoping it will tell you how you can manipulate your sleep to improve your life...it wont' tell you that. The information is interesting but it ultimately leads to nothing that can help you now, today. I listened to this while I was working on very spotty wifi. It kept stopping and starting so it took much longer than 16 minutes to get though it. But I though, hey if it can help then its worth it. With about 1 minute left I realized there was not enough time for her to tell us the solution. So we end with problems and information but not much else.

  • Kea Michelle
    Kea Michelle 5 месяцев назад

    Why is she always hunching forward like an old lady and standing weirdly on one foot? And why didn't she tell us HOW to improve our sleep? waste of time.

  • CRYSTAL K
    CRYSTAL K 5 месяцев назад

    6:15

  • Alma Galicia
    Alma Galicia 5 месяцев назад

    well-sleeping is the MOST important life practice....and one of the hardest to be achieved! thanx for the ideas here.

  • W. Todd Clark
    W. Todd Clark 5 месяцев назад

    I can't decide whether to use UPS or TEDx?

  • H Greene
    H Greene 5 месяцев назад

    Ps- poor girl also has a run in her tights (upper right thigh) I wonder where her mother is to tell her these things.

  • raj randhawa
    raj randhawa 5 месяцев назад

    I wish she was handicap.

  • vikram singh chauhan
    vikram singh chauhan 5 месяцев назад

    Legs 🧐🤨

  • addipoom
    addipoom 5 месяцев назад

    thank god im not sleeping with ehr

  • Jua Jin 진주아
    Jua Jin 진주아 5 месяцев назад

    I sleep on everything lol

  • al - Ashraf
    al - Ashraf 5 месяцев назад

    can some one build the machine so i can manipulate my memory

  • vagomaniac
    vagomaniac 6 месяцев назад

    I think she's hot.
    Mediocre wiki level info though

  • András Dudás
    András Dudás 6 месяцев назад

    Guns n' Roses - Estranged: the song was born in the dream of Slash.

  • DreamingFlurry
    DreamingFlurry 6 месяцев назад

    Strange...total darkness doesn't help me sleep (I guess this comes from having had a streetlamp in front of my window from a young age :) (and now I keep my computer in my room and the internal lights of the modded case take over this function and the pretty silent fans provide some white noise (don't need that, but if it is there that is ok, too))

  • Uras Daysee
    Uras Daysee 6 месяцев назад

    Her voice is somehow making me sleepy

  • jeyton1943
    jeyton1943 6 месяцев назад

    Her legs are at a different frequency than the rest of her body is...

  • Jackie Joseph
    Jackie Joseph 6 месяцев назад

    Inspired some funny comments, Hari bol!

  • MegaPain Quest
    MegaPain Quest 7 месяцев назад

    Does that mean, if i run my lectures during my sleep i will remember them? :thinking:

  • Blanco Escondido
    Blanco Escondido 7 месяцев назад

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  • dillinger
    dillinger 7 месяцев назад

    Greatly enjoyed this TEDx Talk. Furthermore.. :D I think Penny is delightful. :)

  • E Productions
    E Productions 7 месяцев назад

    There is actually one animal that never sleeps. In fact, not only does this animal not sleep, but it may not even touch the ground for nearly a year at a time. Anyone who is familiar with sleep scientist Matt Walker may know which animal it is..



    It is a little bird called the Swift.

  • Chip Fleck
    Chip Fleck 7 месяцев назад

    I'm remembering an old movie with Kurt Russel call Computer in tennis shoes. lol

  • Austin Gharib
    Austin Gharib 7 месяцев назад

    Reminds me of how Neo learned all that karate in the matrix

  • İNGİLİZVALİSİ MUSTAFAKEMAL
    İNGİLİZVALİSİ MUSTAFAKEMAL 7 месяцев назад

    Türkish please

  • Phoenix One
    Phoenix One 7 месяцев назад

    SORRY BUT THIS WOMAN DOES NOT KNOW THE FIRST THING ABOUT SLEEP, REM, DEEP SLEEPING PATTERNS, ETC... SHE WANTS TO CUT US OUT WITH THE SAME SCISSORS. EVERY PERSON'S SLEEP PATTERNS ARE DIFFERENT FOR PERSONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL REASONS HAVING TO DO WITH OUR PRESENT STATE OF MIND, BODY HEALTH, BODY CONSCIOUSNESS AND OTHER FACTORS. AS LONG AS EVERY SCIENTIST KEEPS TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT MAKES US WHO WE ARE BY STUDYING OUR BRAINS INSTEAD OF OUR CONSCIOUSNESS, THEY WILL ALWAYS MISS THE POINT.
    "THE NATURE OF PERSONAL REALITY" BY SETH SHOULD BE REQUIRED READING FOR EVERY PHILOSOPHER, PSYCHOLOGIST, SCIENTIST, DOCTOR, BIOLOGIST ETC... AT THE VERY BASIS OF THEIR INITIAL STUDIES AND BEFORE THEY GRADUATE, AND BEFORE THEY START USING US AS GUINEA PIGS AND INVENTING USELESS THEORIES THAT DON'T SOLVE ANYONE'S PROBLEMS. IN FACT, IT SHOULD BE OBLIGATORY READING FOR EVERYONE AND ANYONE TRYING TO STUDY AND UNDERSTAND HUMAN NATURE. MOST OF THIS TEDX TALKS RELATING TO HUMAN LEARNING AND UNDERSTANDING ARE A WASTE OF TIME, SIMPLY WILD CONJECTURE AND SHOTS IN THE DARK BY SELF PROCLAIMED "NABOBS AND GENIUSES"

  • Avery Joycelyn Barakuda Block
    Avery Joycelyn Barakuda Block 7 месяцев назад

    This is exciting but what a tease it is Upon reading the title, I had hope that I might be afforded.some tools.which I could utilise straightaway !🏇

  • Marx Gedeon
    Marx Gedeon 8 месяцев назад

    I really don’t get these people complaining, Ted talks all about sharing ideas, a lot of people seem to be mad because she didn’t particularly solve their sleep problem, but she never claimed that she would LOL maybe you already knew about some of this, but a lot of us find it interesting,

  • Vlad Wanderer
    Vlad Wanderer 8 месяцев назад

    This message is for Penny Lewis, as well as for other equally involved individuals - why does Penny Lewis is constantly trying to stretch her legs? Is this are the indications of her own disorder? or were those are side effects of her activity?

  • Virendrasinh Chauhan
    Virendrasinh Chauhan 8 месяцев назад

    She moves like chicken, and has extremely beautiful eyes.

  • Stichting NoFap
    Stichting NoFap 8 месяцев назад

    I'm doing polyphasic sleep, 4,1 hours a day, you should try it too.

  • MusicRecordings2016-2017
    MusicRecordings2016-2017 8 месяцев назад

    If you are sleeping and have whatever sound playing during your slow-wave sleep, is there a degree to which there is a conscious awareness of that sound similar to how we experience noises when awake or is there a sort of sub-conscious recognition that occurs that is completely unlike sound awareness when awake?

  • None
    None 8 месяцев назад

    What's up with those legs/feet positions?

  • Jul ian
    Jul ian 8 месяцев назад

    Summary?

  • Mafalda Rita
    Mafalda Rita 8 месяцев назад

    I’m going to sleep

  • Sebastian Lakes
    Sebastian Lakes 8 месяцев назад

    The graph for the improvement in the hand task is so misleading... Terrible

  • Lucas Glenn
    Lucas Glenn 9 месяцев назад

    I know exactly what sleep does, when I practice piano and can’t get something one day, the next day I try and get it first time.

  • Dena Motevalian
    Dena Motevalian 9 месяцев назад

    I have been listening to sound waves for motivation and anxiety relief lately at nights and i feel much better the day after... seeing this proves what i have been doing is scientifically proven

  • Fred Fang
    Fred Fang 9 месяцев назад

    Her ankles speak much louder than her words.

  • Jean Boheme
    Jean Boheme 9 месяцев назад

    She has strange mannerism,although interesting.Odd body kanguage.

  • Curtis Michaels
    Curtis Michaels 9 месяцев назад

    I call the technique I use "Programmed Sleep Meditation." I read about Thomas Edison using a version of it and decided to try it out. I find it helps me get through learning blockages, solve pesky problems and deal with emotions more effectively. I'm glad there are sleep professionals looking into it as well.

  • Shitler
    Shitler 9 месяцев назад

    There was nothing in this video that can help you in your daily life.

  • Simple Dreaming. Soñando Fácil. TTYL
    Simple Dreaming. Soñando Fácil. TTYL 9 месяцев назад

    she has such beautiful legs, hard to pay attention

  • Dik Tracy
    Dik Tracy 9 месяцев назад

    Many companies have invested billions into the beta amyloid plaque approach to cognitive disorders, disease, etc. So far, they cannot tell if its a precursor or a symptom of the condition.
    Does beta amyloid plaque cause alzheimers or does it build up due to some other mechanism, dysfunction is still the question.
    Every study i have read always throws in the "may", "maybe, "perhaps", "possible" into the mix.

  • CRYSTAL K
    CRYSTAL K 9 месяцев назад

    If they play click sounds "near the peak of those high amplitude slow oscilation sleep" they can enhance the slow wave sleep.. so does that mean constant sound during the entire sleep is not going to help? I'm thinking of using one of those sleep apps but now i am not sure

  • JPD
    JPD 9 месяцев назад

    insomnia is going to kill me

  • 111455
    111455 9 месяцев назад

    so this is somewhat similar to machine learning except we generate and randomize our own data sets, thereby creating new patterns and outcomes.