Answer: Not at all. When we sleep we dream, and in moments of inattention we are daydreaming. Dreams are just pictures in our brains, not another life. I am sure you will get different answers, but I am sure I am correct.
Answer: Have you ever had the door seals replaced, check for replacement. Does no ammount of thermostat adjustment [temperature control knob] make any difference. If those two factors are ok the chances are it needs regassing.
Answer: Yes he is because bi-sexual men are part heterosexual. Thus he can relate more easily. If a hetero-sexual man wants feminine company he will usually choose a female to be around as opposed to a homosexual male.
Answer: The daily recommended sleep required for a adult male is 8 hours a night.
In Western society, with things such as lifestyle and job commitments, the average adult male sleeps roughly 6 to 7 hours a night.
In poorer nations where there are less rules and regulations facing employees and working hours, the average adult male can sleep as little as 2 to 3 hours a night in order to meet his required monthly income.
Answer: Yes. Unless you have a problem with your abdominal aorta or blood flow to your lower body. Pregnancy (usually third trimester) can also cause problems by putting pressure on your abdominal aorta and decreasing blood flow to your lower body.
Answer: Vitamin B-3 as niacin in larger than RDA doses will help induce sleep. Taking between 50 and 200 milligrams about 20 minutes before bedtime usually works best. The amount required varies a bit from one person to another. Ideally, you take the least amount that makes you the most sleepy. Expect to experience a brief niacin "flush" (like a hot flash or blushing sensation) which goes away in short time. The warm feeling is pleasant to most people, but may be avoided by simply taking less niacin at any one time. A bit of practice will tell you how much you need.