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    Dreaming the life onemoretime's Avatar
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    Default Changing sleep patterns.

    Is there anything worse?

    (the answer's no, btw)

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    I'm trying right now. I should be asleep...

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    I've caught some cudies, I sleep like 4 hours a day now...

    It used to be a lot worse. Slept for 18 hours, was awake for a week, slept for 18 hours, was awake for a week, and so on, or slept 3 hour intervals for three days.

    I also happen to be awake on U.S. time a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angell_m View Post
    I've caught some cudies, I sleep like 4 hours a day now...

    It used to be a lot worse. Slept for 18 hours, was awake for a week, slept for 18 hours, was awake for a week, and so on, or slept 3 hour intervals for three days.

    I also happen to be awake on U.S. time a lot.
    Holy sh...

    What was that like? (being awake for a week?)... after 2.5 days awake, I was going insane.

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    Try to have no sleep pattern at all and you won't have to change it

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    Do that and ill end up looking like your avatar.

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    My pattern would be perfect if the day was 26 hours long.

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    As long as you can still get 10 hours its all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopelandic View Post
    Holy sh...

    What was that like? (being awake for a week?)... after 2.5 days awake, I was going insane.
    Numb and zombie-like. Like being on sertraline, escitalopram, or fluoxetine.

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    When I try to change up my sleeping pattern, it tends to get 5x as wonky for a week or two. I'll try to stay up for a night, but crash or stay up almost two nights. Then I'll sleep too early in the day/wake up too early. Today, I was up at 6:30am and crashed for a few hours at 5pm.
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