Behind Every Happy Man, Is a Woman Who Gets a Good Night's Sleep

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Science Note: According to Dr. Edwin Suarez at Duke University, "For women, poor sleep is strongly associated with high levels of psychological distress and feelings of hostility, depression, and anger.

Women in the morning are
Much grumpier than men by far.

At least an expert on this claims
That lack of sleep makes ornery dames.

It has to do, he has surmised,
With hormones. Really? I'm surprised.

But, actually, I understand.
I've heard them say  that love is gland.

So if she wants to sleep long, let 'er.
Your breakfast will go down much better.

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  • Unless she sticks a knee in his back, or wakes him up with "you're snoring."

  • Well I tried to find this genius that figured out lack of sleep makes people crabby, and I could not find a hint of their existence.

    If this is your attempt to make a play in the world of big pharma, be aware that the FDA has called for a 50% reduction in dosage amounts for women in popular sleeping pills: Ambien, Edluar and Zolpimist.

    It appears these drugs tend to stay in women's bodies much longer than men, leading to increased danger in driving and the exercise of heavy equipment. In other words, beware rolling pins and backhoes.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    There are now ads for some drug called Intermezzo, which is being prescribed to take if you are waking up in the middle of the night, but apparently only if you intend to sleep for another 4 hours. Besides warning about driving or using heavy machinery unless you are fully awake, and not using it if you don't remember driving or using heavy machinery after using it (an Ambien moment), the ads also describe such side effects as intensifying depression and other mental illnesses, thoughts of suicide, and if the user has allergies to Ambien and similar drugs.

    I know that they have to disclose risks, but most of these don't seem worth it.

  • In reply to jack:

    Went thru a bad breakup at the end of my twenties, a doctor tried to get me to take an anti-depressant to remedy my insomnia. Six months later I saw they were pulling it off the shelves for liver damage.

    As luck would have it, I discovered the margarita. Time has proved a slower rate of liver damage and women love a salty rim.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    On the glass, too.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    May your salt never lose its savor.

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