do you sleep on daylight? even for just a few hours?

@delkar (1716)
Romania
April 19, 2009 5:49pm CST
My mom was trying to make me sleep on dayligh, but she couldn`t make me sleep on daylight. I really sleep on daylight just when i`m so busy, because i didn`t slept all night long, or i`m after a long perioud of not enought sleep in the night. But to sleep every day 1-2 hours on daylight... i can`t do that. Do you sleep on daylight? Since when you`re doing that?
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@UK_Shree (3604)
23 Apr 09
I never used to be able to as my mind would be too active. But now I actually really like having an afternoon nap when I am able to as I find that I can switch off, relax my mind for an hour or so and then get back to the day feeling more refreshed.
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@delkar (1716)
• Romania
23 Apr 09
yes, you``re so right. I should do that too. I have some moments sometimes when i just stay on bed and i really am fresh after that. But if i`ll be able to have a nap, i think that i`ll be fresh all the time and healthier too.
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@UK_Shree (3604)
24 Apr 09
Definitely. A good sleep can often be a miracle cure for a number of problems.
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• Italy
25 Apr 09
I regularly sleep on day light because we have warm weather here and in summer when it too hot we stay at home about 12:00 pm to 3:00 or 4:00 PM. so i take my sleep during this time i dont sleep whole long 3 or 4 hrs just only for 1 hr or about 2 not ore then this. I think this daylight sleep depends on weather conditions of your area. Me also dont sleep while winter here.
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@delkar (1716)
• Romania
2 May 09
i usually am sleepy when outside rains . That really makes me take a nap, but it`s still hard to get asleep . It will take me at least 30 minutes. How about you? how fast do you get asleep?
@williamjisir (22905)
• China
25 Apr 09
Hello delkar. I usually take a nap after lunch, which is part of my routine. If I do not take a nap, I will not be so energetic at work in the afternoon. I have developed this habit of taking a nap for decades. The nap does not have to be long so long as I fall asleep for a little while to help me recover my energy. Good day, friend.
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@delkar (1716)
• Romania
2 May 09
you`re so lucky! First of all, because you have such a job, and you can go anytime..and you have time to take a nap after lunch . On the second place, you`re really lucky because you can take a nap so quick. In my case, it will take at least 30 min until i`ll sleep.
• India
21 Apr 09
Yes, it is my normal habit to sleep even in day time. I sleep in daytime for giving to rest to myself. Just I want to complete my sleeping hour by sleeping in day time.
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@KrauseHome (34983)
• United States
20 Apr 09
Well, I work days so most of the time I am up no later than 6 a.m. Even on my days off I am usually up by 8 or 9 a.m. usually. Unless I am really tired, have a really Bad migraine, or not feeling well, I have a really hard time sleeping during the day now as well. Back when I used to work different shifts, I could do it but most of the time now unless I cover my head it is way too bright to sleep.
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@rsa101 (13336)
• Philippines
20 Apr 09
When I was young my Grandma would always let me sleep just after lunch. I really do not know what the rationale behind but she always tell me to sleep in the afternoon. But now, I am already working I brarely could not sleep in that period because I am working already. I do what they call as power naps where in between lunch break when I can find a good time to sleep then I would sleep in a very short time only. On weekends where we don't have work then I take advantage of it to sleep and wake up late. And if time allows me to sleep in the afternoon then I sleep too to prepare myself for the coming week. Sleeping is actually helping your body recharge for the next day so I guess there's nothing bad doing that.
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• United States
20 Apr 09
Afternoon naps are supposedly really good for you. I used to find it hard to sleep during the day... but lately it's been really easy. Maybe I've been staying up too late or stress has been getting to me. At any rate... I think we'll all find it easier to sleep in the afternoon when we're much older.
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@Lxandra79 (1536)
• United States
25 Apr 09
I sleep on daylight when I come home from work and Im really tired. Just a few hours tho (nap)