That is a nice sentiment, but it is not always the case. For some people, sleep can be a source of anxiety and unhappiness. For many, a bad day only brings more worries as they drift off to sleep. Their minds are bombarded with thoughts about everything that happened that day, making it difficult for them to relax and get a restful sleep. Additionally, when people are unable to fall asleep, they can become more anxious, leading to a further decrease in quality of sleep. Sleep is not the guaranteed escape from a bad day that it is often made out to be.
Furthermore, for some people, sleep does not even come at all. For those struggling with insomnia, a bad day can seem to never end. Not only do they have to face the stress and anxiety of the day, but they also have to face the frustration of being unable to escape it and get a good night’s rest. Insomnia can further perpetuate the cycle of stress and lead to even worse days.
In conclusion, sleep is not always the refuge that it is often made out to be. While it can provide a much needed break from the stress of a bad day, for many it can be a source of further stress and anxiety.