Long Sleep on Weekends is Not Effective.
Long sleeping is an uncommon sleeping disorder characterized by the bodyâ€™s insistence on remaining asleep for longer periods of time than would otherwise be deemed necessary. This commonly results in 10 to 12 hours of sleep each night for people with this disorder, and less than that leaves them feeling un-refreshed and tired throughout the day.
The sleep itself is very normal and high quality, and people with chronic long sleeping rarely have any other sleeping disorders. The disorder has not been connected to any genetic traits, medical conditions or psychological issues, and remains a relative mystery.
According to a research by Penn State College of Medicine, United States, long sleep on weekends is not effective to restore the condition of the body which is tired and sleep deprived. + Continue Reading