Originally Posted by Scott Bird
Romeo Foxtrot, as another source of information I offer my own experiences. I've been happily biphasic for a couple of months now, and posted my experiences each day during the first 30 days - as well as a detailed summary at the end of this period.
Take a look at Straight to the Bar: Biphasic Sleep : 30 Day Summary
for the summary, as well as links to each of the 30 day trial posts. Overall I'm extremely happy with it, sleep a little under 6 hours per day (about 1.4 + 4.2), and recommend it highly.
That sounds very inspiring! I think im going to try it.
By the way I've heard that it's important to be up before 6 am, and the earlier the better. Also, sleep hours before midnight are more valuable than hours after midnight. I.e. in case on monophasic sleep, sleeping from 10pm to 5 am is a lot healthier than from 1am to 8 am. Has anybody heard anything like that?
So in case of biphasic, wouldn't it be better to have the core sleep from 11 pm to 4 am, rather than from 2 to 7. What do you think?