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Keep a pen and pad on your nightstand and jot S L E E P M Y T H S A N D FA C T S down notes about your dreams when you wake up, whether it’s at your normal wake-up time or after waking during the night. If you do this every night for a week, there’s a good chance you’ll start regularly recalling your dreams. I Can Get by Fine on Five or Six Hours of Sleep It’s true that a small percentage of people are short sleepers who only need ﬁve or six hours of sleep per night. However, sometimes it seems as if two-thirds of the population believe they belong to this select group.
This is because we don’t experience the passing of time while asleep. There is a small group of people who are convinced they get no sleep at all each night—until we bring them into the sleep laboratory and show them that although they claimed to lie awake all night, they actually slept for seven hours. Falling Asleep During the Day Is a Sign of Laziness Falling asleep during daytime hours is not a character defect; it’s a sign of physiological need. Lazy people may fritter away their time at unproductive or pointless tasks, but they don’t necessarily have trouble staying awake in the daytime.
Before the invention of the lightbulb in the nineteenth century, adults typically slept eight or nine hours a night. If you’re healthy and set aside sufﬁcient time for sleep, there’s no reason you can’t get most or all of the sleep your body needs. • Some decline is natural. As we’ve seen, increasing age is associated with decreases in sleep latency and total sleep time and increases in nighttime awakenings. While this sounds discouraging, this information can also be empowering; these changes are perfectly normal and nothing to panic about.
The Harvard Medical School guide to lowering your blood pressure by Aggie Casey