I haven't been able to sleep lately. It's kind of frustrating, because my work is suffering for it. Nevertheless, it's amazing what you can accomplish when you sleep only 4 hours a night
Try internship/residency , insomnia becomes a benefit not pathology. Sleeping is overrated anyway.transio said:I haven't been able to sleep lately. It's kind of frustrating, because my work is suffering for it. Nevertheless, it's amazing what you can accomplish when you sleep only 4 hours a night
you can accomplish absolutely nothing. I had a huge problem getting up in the morning. I would be late to everything. I thought I was the only one. I recently learned that its not true. Most college kids have problems getting up and staying up. In fact the problem is so bad that Duke University did away with 8am classes. No one would register for them! LOL the bulk of the enrollments were between 10am and 2pm. On top of that they're encouraging students to sleep earlier and so forth.originally posted by transio
Nevertheless, it's amazing what you can accomplish when you sleep only 4 hours a night
I HAVE to drink coffee after lunch otherwise I fall asleep at my desk at work. LOL I wish i could, but then I wouldn't be able to buy the Elise. I drink a tall, vanilla, all-ice, 1 sugar-in-the-raw americano from Starbucks. It's cheap and a pretty strong drink and it wears off by evening so I'm tired by the time I go to sleep. I don't drink coffee in the morning when I get at least 6 hours of sleep.originally posted by zOOmz
Don't drink coffee after lunch, or it can put you in a vicious cycle of up all night after storming through your brain all day.
Yea, it is getting that way here now, in another week we won't see anything darker than civil twilight until August. But I've lived here long enough to be able to sleep right through it with the curtains open.transio said:Hmm... there was this one movie about a guy who couldn't sleep... I can't remember the name of it... it was with Robert Deniro, and he was in Alaska, and he couldn't sleep cause it was always light out. Damn, what was that movie called again?
Exactly! Follow these rules, Steve! Underrating sleep is a huge mistake as Lillie and I have written on this thread, but Lillie's situation was crazy. Glad to hear that you broke free from your cycle.Originally posted by Modern Wedgie
So now, I appreciate sleep! I dont overstress myself or my body by overextending myself, and I insist on 6 hours minimum of sleep. And now I do what I used to never do in the past, take breaks! Relax! Find something mindless and enjoyable to do, completely seperate from what I have to do!