When we sleep in a new environment, our brains enter survival-mode; with only one hemisphere resting at a time, according to scientists from Brown University.
This is why we often wake up feeling groggy and may even be awakened by the slightest noise at night.
@UberFacts I don't know why this is so funny to me 😂😂😂
@UberFacts I suffered from this constantly when I first became a hobo. I've learned a bunch of techniques to create an environment that feels safe and familiar when I sleep.
@UberFacts Always thought it was because of too much excitement
@UberFacts No wonder why Suarez wasnt scoring in away games when he was in Barcelona