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Sunday, May 1, 2011

MoreSleep.JerseyShoreParody.RandomFacts - D3

So I missed yesterday's blog. Boo!

Yesterday, I had work and we met up with friends who just got married. We wanted to hang out with them since it had been a while and had an early dinner at Yard House. I got some yummy turkey burger sliders and fries! HEAVEN!! Now, having dinner with Nugget - not so much 'heaven' - he was super cranky and wanted to get the eff out of there!


After little guy went down for his bedtime at 730p, I caught up with some major sleep last night.... I slept a whopping 12 hours! Holy guacamole! It's been a while since I've done that! I wondered if I was making up the restless and out of feeling I've had the last week was due to lack of sleep. I looked up an article this morning and Myth 4 of below was what I was attempting. Nice try but no cigar. It actually can screw up my biological sleeping clock. Boo!

Myths and Facts about Sleep

Myth 1: Getting just 1 hour less sleep per night won’t effect your daytime functioning. You may not be noticeably sleepy during the day. But even slightly less sleep can affect your ability to think properly and respond quickly, and compromise your cardiovascular health, energy balance, and ability to fight infections.
Myth 2: Your body adjusts quickly to different sleep schedules. Most people can reset their biological clock, but only by appropriately timed cues—and even then, by 1–2 hours per day at best. Consequently, it can take more than a week to adjust after traveling across several time zones or switching to the night shift.
Myth 3: Extra sleep at night can cure you of problems with excessive daytime fatigue. Not only is the quantity of sleep important but also the quality of sleep. Some people sleep 8 or 9 hours a night but don’t feel well rested when they wake up because the quality of their sleep is poor.
Myth 4: You can make up for lost sleep during the week by sleeping more on the weekends.Although this sleeping pattern will help relieve part of a sleep debt, it will not completely make up for the lack of sleep. Furthermore, sleeping later on the weekends can affect your biological clock so that it is much harder to go to sleep at the right time on Sunday nights and get up early on Monday mornings.
Adapted from Your Guide to Healthy Sleep (PDF) - The National Institutes of Health

Hilariousness! Transcripts from Jersey Shore with a twist...


Top 10 random facts -

  1. A pregnant goldfish is called a twit. 
  2. When you sneeze, all your bodily functions stop even your heart. 
  3. A cockroach can live 9 days without its head before it starves to death. 
  4. Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the morning 
  5. A clitoris is a type of flower 
  6. Under the law of Mississippi, theres no such thing as a female Peeping Tom
  7. Every citizen of Kentucky is required by law to take a bath at least once a year
  8. Vermont, Alaska, Hawaii, and Maine are the four states in the U.S. that do not allow billboards
  9. In Saudi Arabia, a woman reportedly may divorce her husband if he does not keep her supplied with coffee.
  10. Origins: Crocodile Tears - These are an in-sincere display of grief or sadness. It comes from the old belief that a crocodile wept (in-sincerely!) if it killed and ate a man.

Happy Sunday! 




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