sleep at

See: lodge, reside
References in classic literature ?
And even if one have all the virtues, there is still one thing needful: to send the virtues themselves to sleep at the right time.
Of course the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger were still there, but they, having also eaten some of the cakes, had gone to sleep at one side of the cave, while upon the other side stood the Sawhorse, motionless and silent, as became a mere thing of wood.
Sleep delay describes a later time to bed or lateness in initiating sleep at the usual bedtime.
If people chronically chose to not get enough sleep at night, then that could make their appetites go way up, their consumption go way up, and that could lead to being overweight and obese," warns Jim Gangwisch, an epidemiologist at Columbia University Medical Center.
Parents or caregivers put a baby down to sleep at night or for a daytime nap.
For example, growth hormone release is highest during NREM sleep at the beginning of the sleep period.
Hundreds of years ago, people worked 14-or 15-hour days and were lucky to get 6 hours of sleep at night, he says.
In particular, some commonly held but misguided assumptions about sleep in the nursing home should be addressed, for example, "Old people don't need much sleep" and, "Residents sleep a lot during the day, so they don't need as much sleep at night.
prostrating the victim for a whole day"; "besides the loss of rest, the loss of appetite, energy, temper and good looks are all included in the loss of our sleep at night.
Mike Kirwan of Venice said he feels he can't sleep at various times during the year, but he's never quite sure if it's true sleeplessness.
The human body is programmed to sleep at night and be awake and active during the day.
And when we hit our 50s and 60s, more changes to our circadian rhythms make deep sleep at night more difficult than ever.