I Do Not Care About sleeping health This chair is all i got & I’m sleepy!
Here are 3 things I do that help me get the most out of napping on a chair.
We all have been too tired to be health conscious. At less fortunate times like during college, I scheduled my day to find an open desk at the library. The convenience of sleeping at your workstation is understandable.
The nap should be no longer than 10-20 minutes. Napping longer than 20 minutes can leave you with sleep inertia, which means grogginess or disorientation.
It’s always cozier using a coat as a blanket, you will fall asleep faster. Neck pillows or rolled up sweatshirts are good makeshift pillows.
Avoid napping too late in the day if you want to avoid disrupting regular sleeping patterns.
Strive for napping should be around the same time every day. Doctors prescribe scheduled naps for people diagnosed with narcolepsy.
Any tips on sleeping in my chair without getting caught?
Whether your mid-day nap is in school or behind your office desk.
Some tactics I found useful when I’m sleepy somewhere I should alert at.
Whether your mid-day nap is in school or behind your office desk. Some tactics I found useful when I’m sleepy somewhere I should alert at.
1) Stuck at your desk? Rest one hand comfortably on your chin or head and place a wordy document out so it looks like your reading, an added touch would hold a pen with your other hand as you sleep.
2) Drop something on the floor. As you reach down to pick that thing up, rest your forehead on your forearm and don’t come back up.
3) If you’re able to lie on the floor under a desk; Then you are the lucky one because most of us have bums bitter over some horrible sitting experience. If anyone asks what you are doing down under the desk, tell them your have computer issues.