What time do you sleep?

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    What time do you sleep?

    At what time(Local) do you usually sleep? Any night owls here on cboard? I am one..I hardly sleep at night these days and end up sleeping during the day (which p***es everyone off at home) What about you people?
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    Weekdays: 12:00am-7:30am (6:00am recently)
    Weekends: 3:00/4:00am-12:00/1:00pm
    Breaks: 8:00am-3:00/4:00pm

    So basically I'd be a night owl if not for school.
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    Worknights: Midnight-ish to 7
    Partynights: 3-ish to whenever the heck I feel like it

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    School days: ~10pm-6:15am
    Otherwise, I go to bed rarely after 11:30 and usually get up between 8 and 9
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    Breaks: 8:00am-3:00/4:00pm
    Thats quite a lot of sleeping time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PING
    Thats quite a lot of sleeping time...
    I'm a bear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean_mackrory
    Partynights: 3-ish to whenever the heck I feel like it
    "Hey everyone, Sean brought Mountain Dew! WOOOOO!!"

    I'm usually in bed by 10:30 or 11 during the week, since I'm up at 6 for work. During the weekend I'm usually awake until midnight or so, but I'll get up at 8 or 9.... to go into work.


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    Same times as Cheez during the week (except I don't work), otherwise it's usually 01:00 - 09:00
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    I'm constantly tired.
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    Well, 2:00 am - 6:00 am on week days.
    4:00 am - 9:00 am on week ends.
    No wonder, I am always tired.

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    i guess it all depends when I have to wake up... but with the current schedule I have:

    sunday-thursday 2am - 8.30
    fri-sat as late as 5-6am till whenever I wake up which is often around noon.

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    aside the fact that sometimes I decide I can't be assed with sleep, which leaves me drinking coffee for the next 24 hours, I usually get to bed around 2am and have to get up between 6 and 7am -___- I'm always tired too.

    Good thing is I've got a threeday week starting this monday, which means I only have to go to uni on tue-thursday w0-fkcing-0t ^^

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    "Sleep"? What's that?

    Actually, I usually sleep from about 1:00AM to 7:30AM (local time), though that varies a lot. When left to my own devices, I prefer to sleep from about 2:30AM to about 9:00AM, but my job requires me to be in the office earlier than that would allow.
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    Most work nights I end up sleeping from about midnight till 6am for work, and on weekends I like to stay up late so I'm usually up till 5 or 6 in the morning - but then I crash, sleep for 12-13 hours, and I'm back to normal.

    For those of you interested in maximising your awake time but keeping your energy levels up, checkout Polyphasic Sleeping:
    http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/200...yphasic-sleep/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyphasic_sleep

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