National Public Sleeping Day
National Public Sleeping Day is celebrated on February 28 of every year. National Public Sleeping Day encourages the people to sleep in the public places like park, beach, in the movie theatre, or sleep during travelling in a public transport like a train, bus, or even on a subway. It is one of the most beautiful and funny holidays we have seen. If you are tired on February 28, then you can go ahead and take a nice nap in the public places.
“A day without a nap is like a cupcake without frosting.” -Terri Guillemets.
History of National Public Sleeping Day
The origin and history of National Public Sleeping Day are not known but this day is celebrated on 28th February since the year 2011. It is a perfect opportunity for everyone to sleep in public. Many studies and research on nap have shown that few types of naps refresh and recharge our brain. Taking a nap can enhance efficiency and reduce health problems and increase confidence. There are different kinds of naps. The Power Nap lasts for about 10 to 20 minutes, and this nap gives us energy throughout the day. The Hangover nap is approximately 30 minutes long, this nap leaves us loopy and makes us feel stay asleep. The Brainiac nap will last for about 60 minutes, and this nap gives the most profound sleep, so we may feel a little muzzy after waking up like the Hangover nap. The California King nap is approximately 90 minutes long and is usually a full cycle of sleep; this nap may also include a dream stage.
Other Celebrations on February 28
February 28 is also celebrated as
- National Floral Design Day
- Inconvenience Yourself Day
- National Chocolate Souffle Day
- National Tooth Fairy Day
How to Celebrate National Public Sleeping Day
On National Public Sleeping Day, take your blanket and pillow and find a public place to take a nap. You don’t want to search for a particular place to take a nap, just find a clean and a safe place. Also, post a picture of you like taking a nap in a public place and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media using the hashtag #PublicSleepingDay.