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20 Jan 2014 06:09Jan
20 Jan 2014 06:0920

A Long Awaited Conclusion

It's been a long while since I finished my sleep experiment and reverted to monophasic sleep. I want to offer myself and potential readers some closure and outline what happened on the final leg, as well as some concluding thoughts to the curious or those interested in replicating this endeavor.

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03 Jul 2012 18:17Jul
03 Jul 2012 18:172

Day 14

Here marks 2 weeks of (pretty) successful polyphasic sleep! I figured I'd take this opportunity to reflect on my experience thus far.

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03 Jul 2012 14:23Jul
03 Jul 2012 14:231

Day 12 - Day 13

Still going strong. I've been experimenting with a few aspects of my daily lifestyle; here are some of the things I've noticed:

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01 Jul 2012 14:29Jun
01 Jul 2012 14:2929

Day 10 - Day 11

The delay didn't wreck havoc on my body (and/or spirit) as I thought it might have. I fell asleep right around midnight, which is 1.5 hours later than usual, and slept soundly for another 1.5 hours. I paid close attention to my energy levels during the early AM's, and I felt fine! In fact, I felt good - plus, I was awake for a shorter period of time (1:30 - 5 AM), so I got to go to sleep before things got too bad.

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27 Jun 2012 17:08Jun
27 Jun 2012 17:0826

Day 8 - Day 9

Smooth sailing so far! I've felt better these days than any others. I won't bother with the details, but in all, I feel (what I remember being) like before the transition. No fore-brain pressure, dizziness, or loss of focus. I've been doing this enough days to know this can turn on a dime, but I'm getting past sleep inertia grogginess quicker, and feeling good up to the next nap.

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