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Summer; Tsetse and me

heat wave started and sleeping waves started and from the very first days of it I feel like if tsetse kissed me the kiss of sleep;

Napoleon advocated 'six hours of sleep for a man, seven for a woman and eight for a fool'

but really Why do we sleep longer in summer?

I wonder why we sleep longer in summer especially when heat waves strike us; I sleep 8 hours only usually but in summer I sleep 8 hours at night but with three or four naps during the day and if I don't have work I just sleep all the day and wake up feeling I weight like elephant

I don't now if I feel normal or not but when I decid to stay awake I can do it with ease but I always prefer to sleep more in summer.

is it because we stay more active in summer so we get tired? but I have same work schedule the only thing I decided to alter is not to work after six pm and stay away from computer after working hours just to enjoy the summer social activities.

[tags] summer, sleeping, tsetse, heat, waves [/tags]


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