Alarm Clocks and Sound Affects

Sounds have different effects on the human body as you wake up in the morning. If you wake up to a certain sound on you alarm clock than you may be endangering your health. Be safe and careful about what sound you wake up to weather it is on your phone or clock because you may be harming your body.

Monday, March 23, 2015

How It’s Going-
So far my research project has been going pretty well even though I haven't really thought about it very much. I think if I wrote it now it would need several drafts till I got it to where it would sound like a great paper. I will probably see if I can get anymore articles so I can have some more resources, but other than all that it seems to be going very smoothly
Article I Plan to Use-

This article is what I plan to use in my paper a lot because it deals with the fact that sleep inertia, or the energy and tiredness you have after waking up in the morning, has on your daily routine. This will help me because it gives tons of facts about my topic and not only does it give you information about the sleep inertia, but it also gives you information on how different alarm clocks can affect your sleep inertia. The article gives you all these facts about how it’s good and how it’s bad, and how you can solve it by changing your sleeping behavior or simply picking the right alarm clock.
In this Ted Talk it talks about how different sounds can affect your everyday life. Everyday sounds can affect you in many different ways. Softer sounds can make you drowsy, louder sounds keep you more aware, and annoying sounds make you want to bash your head against the wall. These sounds can determine how well you are going to work in a certain environment.

This is going to help my research in away because it is going to give information about how sounds make you operate outside or inside your home. Even though it does not stick to the alarm clocks and sleep inertia, it will still help my research about which sounds would be better to wake up to rather than others. It will help me see how people feel about different noises. This guy will help my research and make it easier because he has already found out which noises help people operate better.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

http://valleysleepcenter.com/blog/12-facts-about-sleep-inertia/
http://veenix.blogspot.com/2005/10/alarm-clocks-are-bad-how-to-wake-up.html

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

http://www.everydayhealth.com/sleep-pictures/whats-your-alarm-clock-personality.aspx
http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/using-your-phone-as-an-alarm-heres-why-you-should-stop-207226