Sleeping During the Day

(sleeping during the day ) You have heard people saying that I am a morning person or I am a night owl but research shows that we are genetically programmed to be morning people or night owls. People usually say night owl people that they sleep a lot during the day or they are lazy but that’s the way we are made up. But this thing can be so harmful in the job environment because it is not acceptable to do work at night and sleep during the day in almost all organizations except some. The good thing is that you can train your mind to wake up early in the morning and sleep early at night because obviously besides the working environment your health is also at major risk if you are a night owl.

Students often think that studying means skipping your sleep. They don’t skip their useless activities but skip their sleep. That is a very dangerous thing. Because the memory function of the brain improves during deep sleep and if you are waking up the whole night it will disrupt your memory function.

Research shows that lack of sleep restricts your brain to make new memories. So you can forget ordinary matters in your daily life. Lack of sleep triggers your brain to develop Alzheimer’s disease. Sleep deprivation also affects reproductive systems in a negative way. The immune system of the body is also affected by the reduction in sleep. You can develop a lot of serious diseases like cancer easily. When you sleep your blood pressure comes down which ultimately reduces your risk of developing cardiovascular diseases like a heart attacks. If you are a night owl your chances of getting a heart attack may increase by 200 percent during your lifetime. Sleep deprivation also leads to depression and anxiety. Productivity of work lowers when you are sleep deprived. Migraine can also be triggered due to lack of sleep.

Maximum Hours you can remain awake:

                                                                       The maximum time you can remain awake is 16 hours. After passing that line your brain starts deteriorating. And if you are awake for about 19 or 20 hours your brain acts as a brain of a person who is heavily drunk.

There are certain ways you can adapt to balance your sleep time.

Nap During Day (Sleeping During the Day):

                               If you are craving sleep during the day you can take a power nap of about 10 minutes up to 30 minutes during the daytime if you are tired or stressed out. It will boost your body and mind to work during the day. If you sleep more than that you will be in a condition of deep sleep and it will be difficult for you to wake up ultimately you will sleep long hours and stay awake at night.

Sleep Hygiene (Sleeping During the Day) :

                          Sleep hygiene means you cant use your bed except for sleeping purposes. Go to bed on time to sleep at night and don’t sit there during the day. If you are working or relaxing sitting or talking to somebody during the day don’t use the bed for this purpose. The bed is just for sleep. Don’t put your tv in your sleeping room.

Monitor Your Caffeine Intake:

                                                 Don’t take caffeine products like tea or coffee after 5:00 Pm because it alerts your mind and destroys your sleep cycle.

Melatonin Intake:

                              Take melatonin-containing fruits like bananas in the evening. You can take banana tea. Melatonin is a sleep cycle-aiding hormone that improves the quality of sleep at night.


                Exercise also makes your sleep cycle better. If you can walk 10000 steps in the morning that will be best (Sleeping During the Day).


               If you have to do some kind of work the next day and thoughts are coming to your mind relating to that work write it down on paper or diary. Declutter your mind and feel relaxed.

(Sleeping During the Day)If you follow these steps you will feel your sleep habits are improving day by day.

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