Complete Your Homework While You Sleep by Mary Smithson

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Thursday 02 December 2059 36150 Shares

Teens need a good night’s sleep in order to operate at peak performance. Researchers at the Sleep Foundation found that teens should sleep between 8 - 10 hours each night to function best. Unfortunately, most teenagers are not getting anywhere close to that level of sleep.

One problem is that teens go to sleep too late. Experts at the Nemours Foundation say that during the teen years, the body's circadian rhythm (sort of like an internal biological clock) is temporarily reset, telling a person to fall asleep later and wake up later. This change might be due to the fact that the brain hormone melatonin is produced later at night for teens than it is for kids and adults. This can make it harder for teens to fall asleep early. Early start times for high schools also contribute to the lack of sleep.

What causes most teens stay up so late and miss essential sleep? HOMEWORK.
What if we were able to harness the creativity that is fostered during REM sleep to help teens complete homework assignments? Dreamworker Plus does just that. While you sleep, the vivid activity created in your dreams during REM sleep is captured and applied toward completing homework assignments. Simply scan your homework assignments into the app, or share it with the app thru Google, and your assignments will be completed using our very own brain power. Psychiatyrist Sara Mednick, who conducted a recent sleep study with teens, found that the REM, or rapid eye movement, sleep helped people combine ideas in new ways and perform better on creativity-oriented word problems.

With the Dreamworker Plus app you can access that increased creativity and brain power in real time, and complete your homework assignments while you sleep.

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