Per My ‘Garmin Fenix 5 Plus’ I DIED Twice, In My Sleep, Last Night.
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I did NOT wake up dead tired. So, I have to assume that dying isn’t very tiring — and, of course, also the resurrection. Didn’t feel a thing.
I did, however, extremely atypically, oversleep by 20 minutes. I do NOT (contrary to what Garmin Connect thinks) use an alarm. I get up when I get up. Usually it is between 8:40 to 8:55 am. I am like clockwork. Not this morning. Strange. My body must have been compensating for the time I was dead.
As the chart below shows I am NOT new to Garmin. I check my heart rate FIRST THING each morning — just to make sure that I had not died.
This is the first time I have seen that I died. Kind of cool.
Yes, I have a depressed heart rate. Yes, part of that is drugs — legal ones, in particular MIRACLE-DRUG Toprol XL which I have been on for 20+ years. Plus, as befits someone in the TOP 99% of floor climbers I am reasonably fit.
My sleeping heart rate does go below 40. I have seen 32. But, never ‘ZERO’.
No, I do not have sleep APNEA and my BMI is definitely lower than that of Donald Trump. Promise and Mexico did not pay me to say that.
My adoptive mother died in her sleep when she was 62. No symptoms. Nothing. Just died in her sleep. She was 62. I am 65. But, we do not share any genes (and she never wore jeans).
Interesting. Does not bother me. Dying in your sleep is the best way to go. So, I am cool with this.
Let’s see if I die again tonight. No, I am NOT going to think about it, BUT I bet my resting heart-rate will be up.
I was working it out. I died TWICE. So, I am now in my THIRD-COMING. Maybe I should start a cult.
Don’t wish me anything. Let nature take its course.