Does the body try to catch up on lost sleep?
When we stay out late for years and spend too many nights up with other responsibilities... Do our body's still insist on playing catch up years down the road?
Indeed. My dad used to stop out late nights and would have to get up early. Not to mention the amount of travel he'd do whether he was tired or not. Now he's having lie-ins like no man's business.
So yes, the body does try to keep up on lost sleep. There are ways to control it however, like going to bed around an hour earlier, and forcing yourself to sleep for another ten or so minutes. Your body clock will eventually get used to this life-style, and you'll find yourself revitalized more than before.
by luckygyrl10058 years ago
If you get laid off from your job, how do catch up on all of your bills once you find work, and how do you juggle all of the past due bills?
by Teressa Gramer3 years ago
I have lost all my games on Facebook. How do I retrieve them back?
by KevinC99986 years ago
How many hours a night do you consider a good nights sleep?
by jagandelight6 years ago
Do you sleep good at nights?
by GameApathy5 years ago
What are some tips on conquering insomnia?
by Phil Plasma6 years ago
What time do you normally go to sleep at night?I used to go to bed at around 22:37, but since I started hubbing, I've been hubbing after that up until 0:49 or so.
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.