I haven’t written any blog recently. Reason? I was trying to standardize my sleeping habits (I write at night). Which, of course, did not last for more than two days. So I went online and tried to search remedies and reasons to why can’t people sleep at normal time. The search results horrified me. They were all about how bad sleeping habits effect our health and immunity etc. I was just scared but not helped. So, to minimize my tension, I helped myself and penned down the reason to my delayed sleep. 1. Thinking Well, pretty obvious. This had to be the first reason. Just as I lay down, a storm of thoughts hits my mind. I think about about all the things I have to do tomorrow because I didn’t do them today or yesterday or the whole year. And on unfortunate events, when I have to wake up early next morning, I’ll spend 2 hours thinking about how do I stop thinking and go to sleep! 2. Blanket/Temperature If feet are covered in the blanket, it’s hot and if uncovered, it’s freezing. WHAT? THERE IS NO LEVEL OF SATISFACTION! But since I’m smart, I let my feet out for sometime than tuck them in. Brainy, right! 3. The Position We know how to sleep since we were born. Than why is it still so hard to decide the position we are most comfortable in? Do we just forget everyday what position did we last sleep in? Seriously? 4. Craving for Food Once I have finally stop thinking and set my position, I’m starving. And for the next hour I complaint on twitter, facebook or whatsap about how hungry I am and think about pizzas and pancakes. (Trust me, I’m on this stage right now. I’m starving. But of course, Lazy people never get out of the bed). Which leads to.. .. buzz buzz. 5. Mobile Phone I put my mobile phone on silent to avoid using it, but the struggle…is hard. I start by think “just one article” and end up using it for next 2-4 hours and than finally sleep with my face on the screen. *Sigh*. Anyways, that’s all that keeps me from sleeping. But on a serious note, bad sleeping habits lead to very serious health problems. This issue needs to be addressed more often.