Sleep: Why did you sleep so much?

You probably didn’t need a story-teller to tell you that.

The idea of sleeping more than usual during a night spent awake seems as absurd as it sounds.

Sleep is a natural response to stress.

But there is a difference between a regular night’s sleep and one you are not yet ready to take on.

It is a time to recover and relax, and a time of celebration.

It’s not for everyone.

But when you are exhausted and you are tired, it can feel like you are sleeping through the night.

What is it?

You could call it sleep deprivation.

There are a lot of reasons for this.

Stress, boredom, anxiety, even sleep deprivation can affect how you sleep.

But some of the things you can expect during the night are: You wake up tired You fall asleep quickly You fall to sleep without any preparation What you can’t do You get bored or overwhelmed by the experience You feel like your brain has gone blank This may not be a huge problem, but it can be if you are used to the comfort of your bed, or if you wake up in the middle of the night feeling tired.

In a study published in the Journal of Sleep Research, scientists found that people who slept for two nights had better sleep quality than those who slept five.

But people who woke up tired, and were otherwise stressed, experienced poorer sleep quality.

So, if you want to feel better after a stressful day, make sure you’re sleeping more.

Here’s what to do about it: If you’re tired and you feel like the whole world is against you, talk to your doctor.

She or he can offer you a pill that helps with the effects of sleep deprivation, and they can also offer you some other options.

But for now, you may want to talk to a counsellor.

If you have no other option, you can talk to the person next to you.

They might be able to help you recover some sleep.

For some people, the counsellors might be helpful in calming you down.

You might be more likely to talk if your partner is also feeling tired or is stressed.

A sleep specialist may also be able do something to help.

They can use a technique called “wakefulness induction” to help your body sleep more naturally.

If this doesn’t work, they might suggest you try something else.

But make sure the therapist you talk to knows that your problem isn’t due to your own lack of sleep.

You can talk about the issue with your GP or doctor, or try the following tips: Read your own sleep log to make sure it is accurate and up-to-date.

Try to fall asleep on your own.

This will help you to remember how much you actually slept.

Sleep a lot in one sitting, or even more.

For example, you could sleep for four hours before bed.

Keep yourself awake by doing a series of things, such as reading a book, watching a movie or doing exercises.

This may help you sleep longer.

Read a lot about your symptoms.

You may need to talk with a sleep specialist about what you are feeling.

If your symptoms aren’t as bad as you think, ask your sleep specialist to try to sleep on your side.

This could help you feel more comfortable.

Try a massage or an activity that allows you to fall back asleep.

This can help your muscles relax.

If it does not help, you might have some physical symptoms that can help you fall asleep faster.

If these symptoms are too severe for you, a doctor may prescribe a sleep aid.

These medicines work by altering the way your body processes chemicals called melatonin, which helps your body make you fall back to sleep.

Read your sleep logs.

If they aren’t up-date, they may have been tampered with, or they may be out of date.

Your sleep logs can help to establish how much time you have spent asleep.

If the time you spend sleeping is less than two hours, it could indicate that you need more sleep, and you might need to change your schedule.

If sleeping on your bed is not normal, you should talk to an adult or family member about it.

Talking to a sleep expert about your sleep is a good idea.

It can help with any underlying issues.

Sleep experts are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

They have an hour to answer questions and can discuss your concerns with you.