We have all been told, probably countless times, to be sure to get a good night’s rest. This advice starts with a child preparing for a busy day at school, an athlete getting ready for a big game, or an adult struggling with life stressors and medical problems. So what exactly defines that phrase, “a good night’s rest”? The answer requires attention to many variables as well as consideration of lifestyle characteristics that apply only to you. It is impossible to get that good night’s rest without first determining how much sleep your body needs.
Asleep 3-4 AM to 11-12 AM If I'm Lucky & Nothing To Do In Morning
Wow, I can't believe I didn't see this before. I was surfing Wikipedia this morning when I came across this by accident. It may as well have been written … Slept Debt Doesn't Work With DSPS
See the paper "Poor Compensatory Function for Sleep Loss as a Pathogenic Factor in Patients with Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome" Uchiyama, et al. (2000) … I can tell the author of this article does not suffer from DSPS
I have done all of the above many times as I have tried to be in sync with the daytime world. By getting up early and depriving myself of sleep, I find … Good 'Nights' Sleep is 3/4am til Midday
Or it would be if I didn't have to get up for work at 6 am. After a day of this I'm whacked, never mind a whole working week. Get home from work, eat, … I Sleep From 2-4am and 11-3pm
I want to cure this so bad. Kevin's Answer Ah, the segmented sleep schedule that's even more unorthodox than the typical delayed sleep phase syndrome … Can DSPS Ever Really Be "Cured"?
My question is, can someone with DSPS ( delayed sleep phase syndrome ) ever really change their schedule successfully? I’m 38 years old, and have been … Click here to write your own.