|03-25-2008, 06:43 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2008
Biphasic Sleeping for those who Party
I'm giving biphasic sleep a shot (4.5/1.5), and I think the biggest problem I'm going to encounter is nights that I drink "a lot" (say, more than 3 drinks). Can I just add another sleep cycle/1.5 hrs. on nights that I'm drinking, or will that ruin the pattern? What about other things that make me sleep longer -- for example, being sick?
I do realize that not drinking would be an ideal, healthy solution, but at this time I'm not willing to give it up.
On a side note, I thought it would be kinda cool to see my sleep patterns visually to adjust my sleep cycle estimate of 1.5 hours to something more accurate for me. Has anyone experimented with home EEG kits or anything of the sort? An alarm clock that reads brain waves and wakes you up after a cycle would be even cooler. I work in technology (among other things) so this kinda stuff interests me.
|03-29-2008, 12:03 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2008
might want to read my blog, especially my post College Guide to Alcohol & Fat Gain.
Keep in mind, the kind of lifestyle you are talking about is not sustainable...Do what you will though, we all learn thru experience and mistake.
|03-30-2008, 05:18 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2008
Over the last year I've become inches away from my six pack. My body looks amazing now. ...and I consumed about 1,000 alcoholic beverages last year. Would I look even better without drinking at all? Of course, but you have to balance your health against enjoying life. Being perfectly healthy in your own little bubble is a useless existance, just as partying until you die is.
It is sustainable.
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