Sleeping is for many an ordeal and falling asleep becomes an impossible mission day by day. If you want to sleep like a child, maybe you have to try something different and today we bring you the habits, habits and techniques to fall asleep more colorful of our planet and maybe you will find the perfect one for you
How do you sleep in the different countries of the world?
Guatemala: Sleeping with worried dolls
According to the Mayan tradition, if you are sad or worried, you should sleep with one of these dolls under your pillow to feel relief. It is said that when you wake up the next morning, your worries will be taken away the doll.
United Kingdom: Sleeping naked
According to the studies carried out by the National Sleep Foundation, more than 1/3 of the English sleep totally nude .
Japan: The Nap in Public
In Japan, the work days are so long that employees take small naps in the middle of them. Studies have shown that this increases productivity, but the poor go to sleep at the corners .
Bali: Fear to wake up
If someone in Indonesia feels under a high stress situation he is able to fall into a deep sleep just in case he does not manage the situation.
Norway: Nap children outside
In Norway it is common to see baby carriages, seemingly abandoned with the newborn sleeping inside . The Norwegians believe that it is better for the immune system of the little one besides, the fresh air is perfect for their lungs.
Mexico: Rest in hammocks
In Mexico they do not make anything ugly and they do not care rest in a bed or in a hammock
Spain: The nap
The working day in Spain, as a rule, has little to do with the rest of the world. The Spaniards work from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., which leaves us with 2 hours at noon to eat and, of course, take the nap
Now that you're clear on how to sleep, it's time to learn how to order a coffee all over the world.
Which country do you identify with the most? about sleeping? Is there a typical custom in your country?
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