hours I don’t remember tired n/a Low and tired n/a 1.What was your average number of hours of sleep per night?
2. How many dreams do you recall during the week? If you recalled fewer than four dreams, what may be some reasons you failed to recall your dreams? What could you have done to change that? If you recalled four or more dreams, explain how you were able to recall. I recalled four dreams over the last week. People who remember dreams tend to be more awake in their sleep. A certain part of their brain is more active and therefore dreams are more likely to be stored in the long-term memory or at least recalled. 3. Compare and contrast your sleep patterns during the week with your sleep patterns during the weekend. How did the differences or similarities in your sleep affect your energy level and attitude during the past week? Please use at least two specific examples. I slept an average of 17 hours a day on the days I did not have school (including labour day). That is six hours more than the average number of hours per night in total. However, I found myself to be even more tired on weekends such as the sixth and seventh of September. This could be because I had an excuse not to be active and so my overall low energy rate contributed to my exhaustion. 4. Do you feel like you physically and psychologically get enough sleep to allow you to be fully and actively engaged in the events of you day? Please explain. What could you do to change your sleep habits to allow you to sleep better and longer? What is stopping you from doing this? I feel like I get enough sleep, but I always feel tired anyways. I can try Sleeping on a regular schedule, rising and going to bed at the same time every day. However, this is unlikely to happen since some days I have more to do than other days. I still get enough sleep nonetheless. I hardly function like a normal human being though. I am never fully and actively engaged in anything, ever. This may be due to factors other than sleep.
- Fall '15