i personally am a hard sleeper and i can tell you that a hard sleeper is most comfortable if he sleeps on his back with the window open...
I am a lite sleeper and do not sleep with the light on, however I rest best on my tummy.
I'm a hard sleeper for the most part. A nice comforter with the fan/heater (depending on time of year). This is perfect for me.
But i must admit my first responce was thinking, Hard On!! lol
I went to a fancy restaurant the other night, and the wine waiter gave me some wine, the food waiter gave me some food, and the head waiter.......
I am a very light sleeper, but cannot sleep with the light on, or with any noise. Your body secretes melatonin in the darkness, creating the craving to sleep. If the light is on, it will inhibit the melatonin from being produced in your body, therefore making it more difficult to go to sleep and stay asleep.
Okay, I totally didn't get it until R said it. Flew right over my head.
And Christoph......well, you have me so flustered, I just can't come up with words.
I thought light sleepers were people who woke up with every sound and hard sleepers were people that could sleep through a rock concert.
Just went back and re-read the question. Now I get it. Very funny. NOT. But appropriate for a "cheaptrick"
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