I've got insomnia. Everyone in this country has a sleeping disorder to some extent if you listen to the medical community. For me, every once in a while, I'll go 3-5 days with no sleep. The problem is, I can't fall in to a deep sleep and after a 15-20 minute nap I pop up ready to run for another day. Anyone familiar with combat naps knows what I'm talking about. Here it is, day 5 with a massive one hour of sleep between 3 different naps. I make dinner, get the kids all settled in to the last half of a movie on Netflix that we started before dinner, and decide to go lay down and finally get a good night of sleep while the wife deals with the circus. I guess being in bed sans 3 pitbulls and a wife, my body and mind running on fumes, caused me to sprawl out over on to her side of the bed. So does she climb in to bed on my side or try to make do with a tiny slice of bed like I usually have to do? No, no she does not. As a matter of fact she does the complete opposite. She shakes me awake after only an hour of sleep. Combat nap complete and guess who is sitting here in the living room AOx3 listening to someone else power saw redwoods in the bedroom? She doesn't understand how I can't just roll right back over and pass out like she does. She sleeps 8 hours a night and takes a 2 hr power nap every day after work. I'm lucky if I get 6 hours of sleep a day.