There is much debate about which sleeping system is best for you.
The most important aspect of sleep is that your brain is completely awake and fully alert at all times. The brain should be at a fully functional level and fully capable of processing the information and doing all its normal processes at the same time. Most of the time we don't really sleep at all and are constantly awake, but sometimes we wake up for a short time. In sleep the brain works in three stages. The first stage is the sleep cycle. We go to sleep and the cycle goes on, until the brain is asleep. The second stage is when the brain comes to a resting state. During this stage it is normal to be awake. The last stage is called the wakefulness or wakefulness state. It's a state that is not easy to get used to. If you fall asleep in the early hours of the morning and don't wake up for the next few days, you are really tired. Your body is trying to make you sleep. If it's too difficult for you to sleep, you need to work on a treatment plan for your condition.