I really hate the postcranial sleepiness. If eating food leads to sleepiness, isn't food like the side-effect of drug? If hunger forces us to eat, isn't hunger like an illness? If the hunger illness attacks less frequently, there should be more exploitable time for us.
After I finished correcting the draft of a post on Physics Forum, hunger attacked me hard so that I couldn't continue my planned publication checking, so I went to eat unwillingly. But after eating, the previous postcranial sleepiness attacks me again.
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1 Response Jan 20, 2016