When we talk about sleep, or a lack thereof rather, there seems to be no direct answer as to what the implications are of oversleeping or sleep deprivation. This means when you’re up late at night playing poker for endless hours, how do you know when it’s time to stop? Doctors and physicians generally suggest and believe that humans need 8 hours of sleep per night, but nobody is certain. Do you usually get 8 hours per night when playing online poker after work? We didn’t think so. As each person is different, there’s no one correct answer to it. While the majority of people sleep 8 hours per night, as prescribed by doctors, various people in the world can also function on only a few hours of sleep per night.
What Does Science Say About It?
Sleep plays a vital role in good health, according to science. This means sleep will play a vital role in successful poker runs online too. During sleep, your body is working to support your physical health’s rebuilding, and working to support a healthy brain. Aside from becoming physically tired when you have a lack of sleep, your brain’s capacity to be productive also diminishes. Medicine research further explains seven to eight hours of sleep per night is all you need.
Any more than eight hours of sleep per night can potentially increase your risk of getting serious conditions, or getting sick. While you are asleep, your blood pressure goes down and this gives your heart and blood time to rest. Not enough sleep means no rest, so your blood pressure can get too high and lead to a potential stroke. Oversleeping on the other hand, get imbalance your body too and this is also unhealthy.
In Conclusion, Quality Sleep = Quality Poker Success
If you have a tournament or big poker match coming up, it would be valuable to sleep and give your brain some rest so that you can make the right decisions when playing high stakes poker.
Recent Indian Online Poker Game Reports
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Report on the sit and go table for Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi from Tuesday 30th October which saw daasano take the pot of 1,250.00 rupees on this 10 table.
13th July 2018 17:42
Report on the sit and go table this past Friday 13th July which saw queeniep1 take the pot of 25,000.00 rupees on this 10 table.
9th October 2018 09:22
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Round up report for the sit and go 10 player challenge from Sunday 16th September which saw oldwindy win the prize pot of 4,250.00.