The Irresponsible Captain: Yah? Well fark the author on a sleepless night.[www.mlchgarden.com image 425x282]
BinderWoman: What about naps?
hubiestubert: I generally run my best on 5-6 hours. I broke habit, and stayed up last weekend on a marathon reading session to finish a damn book, and was up until 6am or so, and wound up sleeping until nearly 7:45pm, and given the extended sunlight, didn't realize how late it was until I checked the clock after getting some coffee. I went to bed again at my usual 1am or so, and was up by 6am the next day.I sleep as long as my body deems fit. Sometimes it's longer, sometimes it's less. There's enough to do that if I do wake up, it's not some mass tragedy that I "lost" time somewhere. And if I sleep in, that's not exactly a terrible thing either--though at this point, 7am is considered "sleeping in"...
Carthax: mike_d85: FTFA: "Daniel F. Kripke, an emeritus professor of psychiatry at the University of California San Diego"I taught Kwipky was a physicist.Is Daniel F. Kripke Mike's brother?/obscure?
SuburbanSound: Wife had a baby two weeks ago. Thanks for saving our lives, baby!/would punch all those CEO's, politicians and other high achievers for 5 hours of sleep.
mike_d85: My night terrors are HEALTHY./not really
Slaxl: What I want to know is why I can go to bed at midnight and wake up at 7:30am for work and be exhaustedly tired, but on the weekend I'll go to bed at 1-2am and wake up at 7:30am and be as fresh as a daisy!
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