if you`ll change your room, it will be harder for you to sleep?

@delkar (1716)
Romania
April 19, 2009 5:45pm CST
As for me, it really is, but, i have an interesting story. I live with my parents in an apartment with 4 rooms. Each of us have their own room. My mom and dad have one together, so, one room it`s always free. In winter it`s a little cold to sleep there, but on summer, we all sleep there, some days. Now, these days, on Easter, i`m home, and i`m always need an internet connection. I have a wireless one, and can you belive that? It only works good in that free room. In my own room, it hasn`t such a speed. I don`t know why, but that made me come into this free room. As i stay a lot on the internet, i slept here last night. It was quite good. I slept on a couch, because i was too sleepy to make a real bed from that couch. It was a little too little, but i slept good finaly. Even i was so sleepy, it tooked me a wile to find my place and to sleep immediatly. But, now, in my own room , it`s hard for me to sleep so quick, because i live in another city, and i`m used with that bed. But i need to change my preference, because in 2 weeks, i`ll live again here for about 5 months. Do you have such problems?
4 responses
• Brazil
23 Apr 09
No I can sleep anywhere, but if I change my room I'll wake up and be confused like where am I?
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@delkar (1716)
• Romania
23 Apr 09
so funny! you made me remember one day of my life! I remember that one night, i went to the bathroom,so sleepy, and after that i went to sleep with my eyes closed in other room. When i was up in the morning, i was agaised for some seconds. Then i`ve remembered that i didn`t camed back to my room, because i was walking too much till the other room.
• India
21 Apr 09
On first day it is harder for me but on next day it is same as sleeping in previous room. I can adjust myself according to situatin. I am hard weoker due to which I can get sleep anywhere.
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@delkar (1716)
• Romania
23 Apr 09
I think that`s happening with me too. After a wile, i can sleep too in the new bed, but in the first night, it will be harder. I think that our body is getting used to a bed, and when we`ll change it, it will take him some hours, maybe days to get used to the new one.
@maezee (33460)
• United States
19 Apr 09
I know what you mean. Sleeping in a place that isn't familiar is just..weird!
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@delkar (1716)
• Romania
19 Apr 09
If yoou know what i mean, can you please tell me, what do you do, when you really need to sleep in another room, to sleep faster, and better? I really don`t know how to pass this little problem, because it`s possible to become a big problem if i`ll let that problem to be solved in time..
@UK_Shree (3604)
23 Apr 09
I am usually alright to sleep wherever as long as I have a certain degree of privacy and as long as I am somewhere clean and hygienic. If I am tired enough and do not have too much on my mind I can usually sleep quite well.
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