Each student is sure that he or she has enough time to complete the paper. Our eternal problem is procrastination. When the deadline for your paper is tomorrow and you have not even started to make an outline for it, then you have to stay up all night to finish everything in time. This method can be very effective, but on the other hand, the lack of sleep is really bad for your health.
The rhythm of the modern life is so fast that 24 hours a day is not enough to do all the planned affairs. In addition, you need to sleep 7-8 hours (as it is recommended) a day. Staying up at night gives you the extra hours. If you didn’t have time to finish the project – you may do it at night. You will be able to use these few additional hours to do the final touches. By the way, many artists and scientists like to work at night, because they consider that it is the most productive time of the day.
Do Not Disturb!
The best thing of the night is that it is quiet. The whole house is asleep and no one will distract you from your studies. Furthermore, during the daytime you can find a lot of cases in order to postpone the important ones for later (remember our great love of procrastination). For example, you urgently need to wash your cat, to change all the light bulbs in the house or to go to the store for a shark suit. At night, you'll be able to fully concentrate on the task.
When the deadline is very close, you get the second breath. Even some sort of excitement appears – you need to do some tasks in a certain amount of time. This enthusiasm stimulates you to write a paper or make a report as fast as you can.
This is a nice bonus of the sleepless night. When the city only wakes up you may watch the rising sun and have opportunity to listen to the early birds. Especially if you live in some picturesque place of the country. Greeting the dawn with a cup of tea and the finished task – what could be more satisfying?
Low Brain Activity
Unfortunately, nothing is unnoticed by your body. Sleep is essential for the organism to rest and recover. The lack of a full sleep negatively affects the brain activity. People memorize information significantly worse, and the speed of reaction is reduced. All the next day, you will feel fatigue and sleepiness. It is worth to mention that scientific researches demonstrate that the long absence of sleep (the record is 18 days) can cause auditory and visual hallucinations, and in the worst case, a person can go insane. Due to this fact, it is better not to procrastinate and take care of your health.
No, you will not get the narcolepsy after one sleepless night. It is a genetic disease. Although, due to the great fatigue, you may notice the same symptoms. A person can fall asleep for a few seconds at any time and any pace. This is very dangerous if such thing happens while you're driving a car. This is quite a rare issue, but it's still better not to risk.