Sometimes I think that the brain is such a mysterious organ we will never understand how humans actually operate. The more research and learning I do about cognitive processes, the more my research keeps me up at night. This is part of the reason why I have also been extremely interested in the brain mechanism of sleeping. Especially, since I have been so plagued by insomnia for the past several years. Honestly, my sleep disorder has gotten so bad that I have turned to professional measures to manage my nightly rest. By that, I mean that I take a lot of Ambien. Unfortunately, I need more than Ambien to sleep… Like a properly controlled central heating, cooling, and air quality control plan. If you’ve ever tried to sleep in an uncomfortable air temperature with a loud heating and cooling system chugging away in the background, you know that it makes insomnia a lot worse. I decided I really needed to get a grip on my indoor air handling devices, including my furnace and my air conditioning unit which had both been neglected 4 years. It was time that I called a professional heating, cooling, and ventilation technician for a basic air quality control service appointment. Unfortunately, I came to all of these air quality control realizations in the middle of the night while I was under the influence of Ambien. When I woke up the next morning, I knew that I had called the heating and cooling repair shop but I did not remember making the HVAC appointment. You can imagine my surprise when I realized that the heating and cooling technician came out for an emergency repair service in the middle of the night and interacted with my ambien-inebriated self.