|10-30-2010, 11:51 PM||#31 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Just a quick update.
This is still going, I am still bi-phasic.
The biggest problems I have had hs been getting to sleep for my nap. Most usually on night where I have Uni at night or Karate.
As holds true for any kind of sleep, when I am able to 'wind down' before the nap, I have no trouble. This includes sitting in a darker room, making the room i am going to sleep in cooler. Unfortunatly when I have karate I need to get home and go straight to bed and quite often dont get a very good sleep at all.
Aside from this issue, my core sleep is no problem, my alertness has not been an issue at all, in fact I rarely find myself with a midafternoon slump that I suffered quite often on monophasic sleep.
I am certain that after my exams I will be sticking to this routine. The extra time and the clear division of time blocks is great. I feel when I don't need to be studying this will anable me to get so much more done that I want to do.
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