“Re-sleep” is more efficient

Someone once told me that “re-sleeping”, the joy to sleep again after being woken up by the crying noise of a baby, makes addicted. I couldn’t really share this joy so far, until recently. Little son and his mommy have left for East-Germany, and daddy, who now can work as much as his body can tolerate, is left alone at home. After having worked through the night I suspected that 4 hours sleep without disruption, might be quite nice. However, to my disappointment I woke up after 6 hours of continuous sleep. It was one of my worse sleeps since a long time and I somehow missed the sudden intermittent discontinuities in my sleep, which make the sleeping process in itself quite enjoyable. I guess, some experiences have to be lived before being able to understand them. In short: “re-sleep” seems to be an efficient way to reduce the total amount of time needed.

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