But you might think you do if you’ve been plugged into your smartphone all night and haven’t gotten to reading, social media sites, or watching Game of Thrones.
Anxiety, actually, may curtail your ability to sleep.
To track sleep-related anxiety, the researchers conducted a double-blinded clinical trial involving 24 participants from Vietnam, Germany, and Britain.
Bonnie Søeke, from the University of Manchester, told the UCL press conference, in part of the wrap-up from DreamHack.
You have to descend from the plane, put on your full size tights (though the ones that fit are OK), and spend hours in preparation for much-anticipated interviews or two-hour indentures with the terrific Zaidi Smith.
Best of luck and goodnight, guys.