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Sleep vs. Energy vs. Introversion: a theory well worth testing

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Oct. 31st, 2004 | 08:57 am
mood: determineddetermined
music: 808 State - Pacific 202

WHEREAS,
I tend to have enough energy in a day to stay up late and perpetuate a 30-hour cycle;

WHEREAS,
I also tend to be a hermit, due to finding communication with others to be potentially exhausting;

THEREFORE,
Perhaps there is an energy imbalance there due to overcompensation-- an energy surplus that literally keeps me up at night;

RESOLVED,
That I will purposefully seek interaction with others more, and more often, during my day and see if it regulates my cycle.

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from: parakleta
date: Oct. 31st, 2004 02:40 pm (UTC)
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I found that that did work for me to a fair extent. I used to be kept up at night, and even tried the 30 hour sleep cycle thing for a while, but I found once I started having meaningful interactions with people I started getting tired around 11pm, and sleeping from midnight to 8am... it'll be interesting to see if I end up spending less time with other people during the university holidays and if it slips again because of it.

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