What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘sleep’?   Leave a comment

Main health effects of sleep deprivation (See ...

Main health effects of sleep deprivation (See Wikipedia:Sleep deprivation). Model: Mikael Häggström. To discuss image, please see Template talk:Häggström diagrams (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘sleep’?
2) What does sleep mean to you?
3) Do you always get enough sleep?
4) Do you ever think sleep wastes valuable time spent doing useful things?
5) Why does your body need sleep?
6) Have you ever had any problems sleeping?
7) Can you sleep anywhere?
8) Are you a heavy or light sleeper?
9) What are you like if you don’t get enough sleep?
10) Do you move about a lot in your sleep?

 

 

 

 

 

1) How have your sleeping patterns changed over the years?
2) Is it possible to sleep so much it’s unhealthy?
3) What do you do in the minutes before you sleep?
4) What do you do when you can’t sleep?
5) Do you ever talk in your sleep or sleepwalk?
6) Where is the strangest place you have ever slept?
7) Does your mind ever work overtime when you’re trying to sleep?
8) Would you like to sleep like a baby?
9) Have you ever fallen asleep in an English lesson?
10) What songs or music would you like to fall asleep to?

 

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