Monday, December 12, 2005

I just heard a very good radio program on sleep called "While you were out". I've provided a link to the show's source: CBC's IDEAS series but sadly, there's not much to see as the CBC provides next to no information about the contents of their programs. Oh CBC - oh why can't you archive and document your radio programs online like NPR or the BBC?

From the program, I learned about the notion of "first sleep" and of segmented sleep in general. I would love to spend a couple months at a cottage with no electrical light and to experience what a "natural sleep" would feel like. That being said - at the moment I'd be happy with a full night's sleep (without being continually interupted by baby wanting to be fed).

Good night!

1 comment:

peter said...

I heard that too! Made me want to go to sleep right then and there; unfortunately, I was driving. But I also entertained fantasies of taking a sleep holiday. I'd be afraid I wouldn't want to come back, though!