I've got jumbled thoughts in my brain this morning.
I woke up looking like this
While sleeping, I got sweaty and must have been laying on my back so my bangs were pushed back. I look like Big Bird's grandmother. Good thing I haven't had to run out of the house for a fire drill or to pick up a paper and wave at my neighbors in my too-tight, flowered robe and old scruffy slippers!
Tink (Versa 3) registered what I already knew about my sleep but now can show everyone else if you're so inclined to be bored with technology.
This is the screenshot of my "sleep stages"
When I go to bed, I drop like a cement over-shoe in the Hudson River. There is no bringing me back up from the bottom or finding me to be coherent if something happens. Not much dreaming. Until my bladder alarm clock goes off. Why 2 am? I have no clue. Every night registers similarly so I know this is routine. Maybe it's why I tend to not be able to go back to sleep, most of my life, if I get up between 2-3. My body feels like it slept enough.
Then there's that darned REM sleep. Apparently I don't get as much as this app says I should and most of it is between 3 and 6. The shot from today shows a big block around 4 am. That must have been when I was dreaming about being in a riot. Yes, really! I've got to turn off the TV. I was the one punching someone and I remember lightly waking up breathing a little heavily, perhaps when I was sweaty, and feeling not comfortable.
That is corroborated by the next screen shot of my heart rate. Like I said, boring, unless you're as nuts about scientific studies as I am!
'Course now you get to see my danged heart rates. The cool thing is if you could superimpose one graph on the other...my heart rate increases substantially when I'm dreaming!! I must kick a$$ a lot in my sleep!
This blog has been brought to you today by the letters "S" for sleep and "T" for tired and the number 61, my average HR for the night.
There's your science for today about OJ.