Andire t1_jeem27d wrote

Reply to comment by VisualMod in OK analyst by Affectionate_Lab_425

Efficient Market Hypothesis is at odds with Behavioral Economics, where people are absolutely not making well informed and maximally efficient decisions. Just look around for a bit. Not all retail traders yolo calls for the up boats, but there's plenty who buy Tesla thinking it's a good company, when in reality their balance sheets have always been dog shit.


Andire t1_je45cbh wrote

Highly recommend you see your Dr and ask about doing a sleep study. They'll be able to determine if you have a common sleep disorder like sleep apnea, or need to see someone else for further study. HIGHLY recommend!!


Andire t1_je0l531 wrote

This article specifically talks about allergic rhinitis, which is rhinitis, or nose inflammation, specifically caused by allergies. It's real talk, I have it myself sadly and have done sleep studies thinking it was sleep apnea, but apparently sleep apnea only counts for airway obstructions in your throat, not your nose. So there's no treatment for me besides surgery and hoping for the best.


Andire t1_je0k0md wrote

Could be. Your brain also goes through a ["wash cycle"](,occurs%20primarily%20during%20deep%20sleep.) while you sleep that gets rid of toxins and waste products. But only during deep sleep, so it's possible not having access to consistent deep sleep would lead to inflammation and either degradation or slower development of the outer brain tissue that's mostly in contact with the fluids being "cleaned". There was a really cool video/gif of a scan that captured this process, so I'll see if I can find it.

Edit: I found it! Attached to an article from NIH - "Discovering the Brain’s Nightly “Rinse Cycle”".