Sunday, 4 April 2010
The quality and quantity of a person’s sleep changes over time. Just as our skin loses its suppleness and our joints begin to creak, our “sleep architecture,” which refers to the overall pattern of a person’s sleep, becomes increasingly more fragile. It develops wrinkles in a way. If we could hold a mirror to it, we’d probably say, “How did my sleep come to look like this?”
New York Times March 5th
How's your sleep architecture looking?
Mine could do with some serious work, but heck who needs it, think of the extra hours to do things; write, read, blog, look at the dawn, listen to Jeff Beck's Nessun Dorma!