Published Jul 17, 2004
about cell division, ions and molecules, and tissues and organ systems? :rotfl: I woke up this morning realizing that I had just dreamed about all this stuff! Can we say "obsessed with learning"? :chuckle Even when I'm driving in the car or doing the dishes, I keep thinking about my schoolwork! Sheesh! :rotfl:
Now I know I am not the only one. In Pathophys. we have been going over Renal Filteration and all the pressures....all I dreamed last night was CHP,IOP,COP,IHP.....all these pressures! I found that it happens alot when I study late into the night, or before a big exam or something. I guess this really isn't a bad thing,eh?
Best to your dreams....
Nightmares!!!! Nightmares about my nutrition test the other day and I am sure more to come! It's making me nuts!
devi, ADN, BSN
last year during a 4-week Chem course (you basically live and breathe it when it's crammed into such a short session), my partner told me I started talking in my sleep one night. Actually, I sat straight up in bed and said, "Chromium! Is there chromium in my eye??!" and it took a couple minutes to calm me down.
Coincidentally enough, I was the only one in my lab who accidentally got a chemical substance in her eye that semester. Foreshadowing, maybe? :chuckle
Our pharm teacher this semester advised us to read before going to bed because the brain processes long term memory items during rem sleep :zzzzz I found this interesting and since then I have tried to read my note cards before going to sleep. Time will tell if this works, at this point Ill try anything!!!!!!!!!!! :chair: Good Luck studying!!!!!!!!!!
last year during a 4-week Chem course (you basically live and breathe it when it's crammed into such a short session), my partner told me I started talking in my sleep one night. Actually, I sat straight up in bed and said, "Chromium! Is there chromium in my eye??!" and it took a couple minutes to calm me down.Coincidentally enough, I was the only one in my lab who accidentally got a chemical substance in her eye that semester. Foreshadowing, maybe? :chuckle
I was studying for my Anatomy II final all week. The other day I went to go to Pizza Huts website to look at the menu ( who wants to cook the night before finals) and typed "Pancreas" instead of "pizza"...I kid you not! :uhoh21:
Many, many times. In fact, I do this all the time. I'll wake up and blurt something out while sitting up in bed...don't remember it but hubby sure does and tells me about it the next day.
Funny time a few months ago when my friend and I were studying together...yeah right....we had a bit too much to drink and were trying for the life of us to figure something out for our A.M. Report on a patient..one of the neuro checks--using the computer, the book...took me about 10 minutes to type one word onto Google. We were arguing, laughing...will never forget it. We often talk about it to this day.
This is really good to know since most of my studying comes in late at night after the kids are asleep! I hope it works!
Megsd, BSN, RN
When things got really tough in my HS biology class, we would often resort to "Osmosis Learning": Fall asleep with your head on your book or notes, and pray that some of it gets absorbed into your brain. It...doesn't work so well.
LOLOLOL @ Osmosis!!! I have heard, though, that if you listen to a tape of what you want to learn while you are sleeping that you will subconciously learn it. Wonder if we could try this?
studentnurse74, LPN, LVN
I haven't done that this semester, thank goodness. But- when I took A and P, I was baking cookies one day. I took them out of the oven and two of them were touching, and it reminded me of mitosis. Ugh!
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