Actualizado: 15 oct 2018

This week's conversation topic is about sleeping better. Here are some articles, videos and podcasts to check out in your free time.

PODCAST: https://jrelibrary.com/1109-matthew-walker/

VIDEO: https://www.businessinsider.com/what-happens-when-you-dont-get-enough-sleep-2017-12?IR=T

ARTICLES: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/sleep-myths-debunked-coffee-tips-snoring-tired-dreams-a8240456.html


Here's some essential sleep vocabulary to get you started:

Lie in: to remain in bed after the normal time for getting up (intentionally).

Nod off: to fall asleep

Hit the sack: to go to bed

Nightlight: a lamp or candle providing a dim light during the night.

A nightmare: If the dream is unpleasant, it's called a nightmare.

A night owl: - A person who doesn't go to sleep at night or who works at night when he or

she should be sleeping is called a night owl.

Slippers: Slippers are shoes that some people wear around the house while wear pajamas or a nightgown.

A nap: a short sleep, especially during the day

Oversleep: to sleep longer or later than you intended.