I am a doctor with over 30 years of experience in sleep medicine and I work at the University of Southern California and have received numerous awards and recognition for my research. In 2006, my husband and I discovered that there are two main ways to reduce your chances of getting too much sleep. The first is to take short naps during the day. This is an excellent option, but you should take it only after you get to sleep each night and in the morning. It is important to take them as late as possible to ensure your body gets used to the longer nap. Another way to do it is to increase your sleep. This is an option that I don't recommend. I don't know how it works, but I am told that there are many people who have reported that it helps them sleep more. I think it is a little bit of both, and I don't believe that either should be taken for a better sleep. That's about it. The information is from here. I am still a little confused by it, but I will try to explain the concept in a bit more detail. I'll do it now and then, and I will be sure to get back to you with any clarifications or answers I get.