Universal Sleep Statement | Learn Your Sleep Rights!

Universal Sleep Statement

I present to you tonight’s great idea, the “Universal Sleep Statement “. They suddenly came to my mind and I wrote before they escaped.🙂


Universal Sleep Statement | Learn Your Sleep Rights!

  1. In the presence of sleep authority, all dreamers are equal.

  2. Every human being has the innate right to dream.

  3. Anyone can sleep to dream, regardless of gender. Violations of gender discrimination or the responsibility of other individuals in being awakened during sleep are unacceptable.

  4. Every person, regardless of religion, has the right to sleep at night. Countries and regimes cannot change sleep time in a way that disrupts the biological rhythm.

  5. Every person has the right to object to the changing sleeping hours with the summertime and wintertime applications that Benjamin Franklin found. Mostly because “ Summer Time ” wakes you up in the dark…

  6. People have the right not to want to dream. All UN countries are responsible for proving and following the principle of impartiality in taking the necessary actions to take advantage of this right.

  7. People have the right to hide the types of dreams in their identity. Despite ethnic oppression and discrimination, dream labeling of any kind has been prohibited since 1947 when the Swiss Dream Events Classification Commission was dissolved.

  8. All mattress manufacturers are obliged to carry out and establish the necessary measures to protect and preserve dreaming in accordance with the conditions prepared by the security council before the United Nations.

  9. Every person has the democratic right to freely express his dreams. Telling dreams through the press cannot be prevented.

  10. The right to dream cannot be transferred to others or corporations in any way and cannot be forced to be sold.

  11. Every person has the right to go to other cities and countries in their dreams at birth or after birth. This trip cannot be subject to unrestricted visa procedures.

  12. Every dreamer has the right to hide their dream. No institution or administration can use systems and tools that spy on people’s dreams.

  13. Sleeping pills are produced by UPEC with an annual quota based on the general decision of the UN principal members . The World Sleep Bank and the World Sleep Fund are responsible for balancing the fluctuation in sleeping pill prices.

  14. Dream interpreters cannot deliberately misinterpret the meaning of the dream to the detriment of the dreamer.

  15. Protecting and enhancing the REM phase of sleep is among the primary duties of health ministries of all states.

  16. Countries that are party to this Universal Declaration of Dreaming have signed the Geneva Convention to reduce night silence and visual pollution caused by city lights.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights to Dream.

Posted by Opeha.com
This article is completely fictitious, and original. It is single. It is the first. The one who steals will have nightmarish nights.🙂

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Biphasic sleep (or diphasic, bifurcated, or bimodal sleep) is the practice of sleeping during two periods over the course of 24 hours, while polyphasic sleep refers to sleeping multiple times—usually more than two.[1] Each of these is in contrast to monophasic sleep, which is one period of sleep within 24 hours. Segmented sleep and divided sleep may refer to polyphasic or biphasic sleep, but may also refer to interrupted sleep, where the sleep has one or several shorter periods of wakefulness, as was the norm for night sleep in pre-industrial societies. A common form of biphasic or polyphasic sleep includes a nap, which is a short period of sleep, typically taken between the hours of 9 am and 9 pm as an adjunct to the usual nocturnal sleep period. Napping behaviour during daytime hours is the simplest form of polyphasic sleep, especially when the nap(s) are taken on a daily basis.