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I noticed something interesting regarding sleep over the years.
Whenever I go to bed at say 10pm and wake up at 6am I feel fantastic - getting up is not hard and I usually feel ready to kick ass.
But when I go to bed at 2am and wake up at 10am (I prefer these times as it is well suited to my lifestyle --FB coming over late after her work for example) - getting up is insanely tough almost like waking up from an anesthesia or some shit lol.
Interestingly, when I work night shift on the ships (sleeping 6am-6pm for example) after the first few shifts I feel ok and getting up isn’t too hard. Not as good as sleeping 10pm-6am but no where near as bad as 2am-10am.
I have noticed this consistently for at least 2-3 years.
I don't see that there's a physiological reason for why sleeping at night would be more efficient than sleeping during the daytime. It's not like the body can tell what time it is. The society works on a 9-5 clock so obviously those are gonna be the most efficient times to be awake since there'ss less you can accomplish durriing nighttime. There's a well-respected Finnish bodybuilder who sleeps in 28 hour cycles; he stays awake for 18 hours and sleeps 10 so his day is constantly shifting. His week has 6 days in it. He claims that's the optimal way for him.
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Sleep - like everything else in the academic community - is one of those things where almost nobody agrees upon the optimal number of hours or what a regular patter should look like. It's pretty much up to the person.
Dwayne The Rock Johnson says he sleeps for six hours a night and so does Barack Obama.
However, I agree that waking up early is the fucking shit but I seriously struggle at getting up in the morning. It's something that I've struggled with for ages.
Today I woke up at 1:00pm because I work at a club on the weekend and got laid last night.
But yeah, I agree that waking up early is probably the best for most people.
The human brain has it's sleep cycle tied to the amount of light in the environment. Without artificial light, you will naturally get sleepy when it gets dark. Now of course, sometimes it gets dark at 6pm, and sometimes it's sunny until 11 pm. But generally, based on my experience and based on some other sources I have come to the conclusion that going to sleep at 10pm and sleeping as much as you want is the best for your health.
In my opinion, staying at night, with artifical light, then waking up at 11am when it's very sunny isn't ideal for humans. Theoretically you can dim lights and give yourself more light at certain hours but it's more complicated than just going to sleep at 10pm.
I think going to sleep before 12 pm is super good for your sleep. I found that to be consistent over the years, with somewhere between 9-11 pm to be best (10pm is good for most).
My observation is similar to yours Idan, it's best to sleep from 9/10 pm till 6/8 am (8 - 10 hours). That in my opinion is the most optimal sleep cycle. That's when I get up easy and when I feel most rested.
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It seems to me that length of time sleeping is one thing but when is another. For instance, no matter what time of day I sleep, if I get less than 8 hours I am screwed. 7.5 isn't enough but 8 is the magic number for me (I guess 6 is Dwayne Johnson's lucky number). I guess there must be something scientific behind why some (most?) of us have horrible troubles when we go to bed late even if we get our 'ideal' number of hours of sleep.
I'm a nerd when it comes to this shit. I definitely like being up earlier even though it's the same hours. I prefer 8hrs
I wear blueblockers at night with night shift mode on when I don't smoke/eat pot to block the blue light. I use PHILIPS HUE to make the light ultra amber at night and super daylight in the morning . The color changing bulbs work like fucking magic to get you tired or wake you up.
If i have a long week, I eat an edible and sleep for 10. Feel amazing AF
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