And so I’ve been saying that it’s better to go to bed at 9 A.M. (I’m not a sleep freak) than to go to bed at 5:45 P.M. (I have a 9 A.M. week, so I’ve been there every day.
Well, I have a sleep freak too, but not the sort of sleep freak that is constantly staying up past midnight. I wake up at 5:45 every day and have a very productive morning. I usually fall asleep at 5:45 too and wake up at 7:30, but I can usually get up at about 9:30 most nights. I can sleep for as long as I want.
I see you sleep, and I try to get you when you have a lot to say. I also have a sleep freak, but I don’t stay up all night and I certainly don’t stay up all day. I only get up on Sunday and have a 6 A.M. week. I usually fall asleep at 2 P.M. and wake up at 4 P.M.
I know my sleep is a little different than most people’s, but I can usually force myself to go to bed at about 10 P.M. and go to bed at 7 A.M. I sleep until 11 P.M. and wake up at 7 A.M.
With the exception of the aforementioned sleep freak, all of us are prone to sleep disorders. Whether that’s because it’s difficult to get into a deep sleep or because it’s hard to fall asleep at night, it’s a problem.
Most sleep disorders are the result of either insufficient sleep or too much caffeine. We have a great deal of sleep and caffeine in our diet, but too much can cause sleeplessness. I’m not sure what the solution is, but I’m willing to give some people a second chance to have an easier night if they drink a little more coffee, or a little less.
The problem is, we’re not sure if we can ever get to a point where we can drink coffee the same amount every day. What we know is that its possible that our brains can be more adaptable to caffeine than we think.
Well, its not like we have the idea of a cup of coffee every single day yet, but we do know that the caffeine and sugar in coffee are metabolized the same way any other food is. Our brains are adapting to any and all “caffeine” that we consume in our diets. We have no idea how this works, but we can make some educated guesses.
For instance, if you have a coffee machine and you have one that you need to take home, your brain will have to be trained to know if this coffee is for you. You can’t really go for an espresso machine, as they say, because it’s not so much that you want to sip it, it’s that you can’t go for coffee. It’s just that you can’t go for coffee without getting a cup of tea.
We don’t know whether this is just a matter of how people drink coffee in America, but in any case, the fact that coffee is a liquid, not a powder, means that it is easy to pour into a cup and serve it to someone. A cup of tea is a much harder thing to do and is only done by those who are actually willing to do it. This is because tea contains many more nutrients than coffee.