Apr 5, 2005

Sleeping - Who votes for the best leisure activity?

By the very topic, you might have understood that I love sleeping. I don't prefer watching movies all night or finishing a thriller novel by 4 am. Many of the people whom I know do that. I go to bed around 10.30-11 and fall asleep soon. Sleeping in the afternoons during weekends for a couple of hours is such a nice experience. It tends to relax me a lot. I'm not sure if it is a fact or my mental block. I always think that for a human body to function properly, it needs 7-8 hours of sleep. People argue that one-third of a day is spent in sleep. But if you want the remaining two-thirds to be fruitful, it is essential that you spent that one-third in sleep.

People who tend to sleep for just 4-5 hours feel stupored and are sluggish. To keep themselves awake, they gulp gallons of caffeine and disturb their digestive system. Everybody thinks that the number of hours you put in either at your workplace or for your exams is more important. I don't agree. If you are productive for 10 hours a day, you can definitely achieve a lot many things than slogging through day and night. I'm sure none of the insomniacs are successful.

You don't have a cooling fan to cool down your hard working brains. Giving enough rest is the only way to keep the precious organ active.

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