What Kind of Sleeper are You?

Sleep (slep) n.

a. A natural periodic state of rest for the mind and body, in which the eyes usually
close and consciousness is completely or partially lost, so that there is a decrease in
bodily movement and responsiveness to external stimuli. During sleep the brain in
humans and other mammals undergoes a characteristic cycle of brain-wave activity
that includes intervals of dreaming. b. A period of this form of rest. c. A state of
inactivity resembling or suggesting sleep; unconsciousness, dormancy, and hibernation.

Sleep is important part of our life. We don't always get as much as we want or need, but their are some great reasons for getting the sleep you need.

Learning and memory - sleeps helps the brain commit new information to memory

Metabolism and weight - Sleep deprivation may cause weight gain and affect your appetite.

Mood - Sleep loss may result in irritability, impatience, inability to concentrate, and moodiness.

Now we know the definition of sleep, and the importance of sleep, why not give this quiz a try to find out what type of sleeper you are. What type of Sleeper are You?

Stop back and share your results.

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  1. I'm an average/normal sleeper. I've come to realize that sleep is just essential for being healthy. Great post!

    <3 Kelly

  2. I sleep very well by nature - not too much, not too little. This IS a great post.

  3. I'm a terrible sleeper =( takes me forever to fall asleep and then I wake up repeatedly. Being perpetually tired stinks!

  4. Once I'm out, I'm out, but for some reason I've always resisted going to bed. I've also a few times had sleep paralysis! Which is scary but also very fascinating.

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