What time do you guys sleep at night? Do you believe in the benefits of sleeping early?

What time do you guys sleep at night? Do you believe in the benefits of sleeping early?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i went to bed at 8 and woke up at half past 11. now its past 2 am.
    i wish i could just sleep 8h at once

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What's wrong with her face?
    2/10

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      she's pretty enough if she's virtuous. it's a nice smile and at least she's not out drinking and fricking strangers.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Interesting in combo with the recent studies showing Boomers are increasingly going to bi-phasic sleep.

        >if she's virtuous
        She goes to UC-Berkeley.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          How did you know I got this pic from the WSJ? Are you a rich boomergay?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            No, I have a three digit IQ, which makes finding such things simple, even without a WSJ subscription.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >2/10
      post body for review

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I sleep half my brain at a time like a dolphin.
    They can't sneak up on you if you're never all the way asleep.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The benefit of sleeping early is to sleep more, and if you sleep early you interact with people less.
    Sleeping more is good for you

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Emma Kraft is a Berkeley Student making a BIG SPLASH in the sunscreen industry. Her product, Coral Sunscreen, allows you to protect the coral reefs AND your skin. In this episode, Kristen and Emma discuss the impact that climate change has on mental health and some of the unique challenges entrepreneurs like Emma encounter on their mission to save the planet. Emma reminds us all that change is possible.
    Gee, wonder why she was randomly selected by the Wall Street Journal for her opinion on sleep. Just another random, typical young student who fully represents her generation.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It is easy for a woman, who comes from a billion dollar family and lives off the labor of others, to get rest and then use one of the papers to tell the world about it. Not a worry in the world. Goes to sleep at 9 PM on the dot. Must be nice.

      It's not just the newspapers infected by this bourgeois attitude . It's medicine itself that is being impacted.
      Loom at the suggestions for sleep for insomnia.

      >no screen before bed
      >no eating
      >use blue light blockers
      >take a bath
      >listen to this binerwl beats
      >use aroma therapy and massage
      These are first line suggestions in sleep medicine that come from our enlightened benefactors who all come from comfortable lives who then tell and propagate their nonsense to others.
      The end result is suffering. It used to be easy to get a prescription for triazolam. Not so anymore. And it's all because of rich people telling rich doctors and going on podcasts telling their age old story to the poor, we know better than you do. It's not research based and if it is it's junk science being published as when the data for their ligntbulb ideas do not fit their hypothesese, they just throw it away and try again on another group until they get the results they are looking for.

      They benefit when the proles are sleep deprived and messed up. Let them torture themselves with their shitty ideas that don't work. God forbid they take something that's heckin addictive.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Just don't turn on the lights.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Don't take benzos like Triazolam for sleep long term.
        Do not.
        Benzos are a thing that unnaturally "tune down" your brain. It's like they tell it "you will work only at 50% your usual rate".
        But isn't that already what sleep does? No. During sleep, like at every other time in your life, your brain works at 100%. It never deviates from that (besides accidental/unnatural circumstances).
        Sleep is like: you use your car to drive slowly down a street. The car's engine works in its full capacity.
        Benzos are like: you remove half of the pistons inside your car's engine.

        The fact that this "engine curtailment" is temporary is counteracted by the fact that you want to take them as a permanent solution.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You can practice the BEST sleep hygiene in the world and all it takes is one night of insomnia to derail that and mess you up for next day and sabatoge your sleep cycle the week ahead. There is nothing wrong with having triazolam use for when it's important to go to sleep early. I didn't say take it every day or to form a dependency on it. The fact remains if you want to go to bed at 9 and then don't fall asleep until 4 AM or not at all, your health and schedule suffers and so does work performance.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My natural circadian rhythm is to nap for an hour at 2 or 3 pm then stay up til midnight/ 1am. Wake back up at 2 then go to bed at 4am

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why tf do women wear pajamas? Such an effete concept
    >Greetings my lords and gents, let me put on my long sleeved well-collared shit and long pants for the enterprise of the nightly sleep.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    3am

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    also i know that its bad to sleep less than 7 hours or so, but what about sleeping too much? how bad is 11 hours?
    I sleep like 10 or 11 hours a night and i can go longer. Also feel sleeping during the day. Vitamin D hasnt helped.

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