|10-31-2011, 05:18 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2011
Can a 14 year old start a biphasic sleep plan?
I've been reading a lot about polyphasic sleep and really want to try it. I'm quite busy and need so much more time. At the moment I'm staying up too late and feeling an effect on school work and other things. Not only will this benefit how much more energetic I will feel hopefully I will be able to gain an extra couple of hours everyday!
Obviously I have school so I have to be awake between around 8am and 5pm. I worked out a small schedule which totals 6 hours of sleep time and 18 hours of awake time, this is it:
03:00 - 07:30 4.5 hours (4:30) sleep
07:30 - 17:15 9.75 hours (9:45) awake
17:15 - 18:45 1.5 hours (1:30) sleep
18:45 - 03:00 8.25 hours (8:15) awake
Is this possible to do for a 14 year old (male)?
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