Sleep Less Using the Polyphasic Sleep Pattern?

Instead of a straight-shot 6-8 hours of sleep, Polyphasic sleep involves taking multiple short sleep periods throughout the day. Each sleep period being 20-30 minutes long. According to Wikipedia, Polyphasic sleep pattern is intended to reduce sleep time to 2–5 hours daily. This article suggests that it will take a week to get used to. During the first week you may experience sleep deprivation; but after that your body will get used to it. So what are the benefits. Well, some people are reporting: more energy throughout the day, higher alertness, more vivid and lucid dreams and more time to do other things throughout the day. Eating more has been reported as a side effect of Polyphasic sleep. The increased eating pattern is caused by you sleeping less and spending more energy throughout the day. So, what about work schedules? Well, maybe its feasible for people who work from home (or don’t work at all). The article indicates that the long term health effects of this sleep pattern aren’t well known.

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6 thoughts on “Sleep Less Using the Polyphasic Sleep Pattern?”

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  2. I feel like its a silly question lol, but when did you ladies start dress shopping?
    Just to ensure you have enough time to allow for alterations and I guess to allow time to order things in…other things I havent considered, etc haha. Whats a good time frame to work with?
    Ive been engaged since late Aug 2012, and the wedding will be Feb 2014, at first I thought id wait until about mid 2013 before I started thinking about it. But time flew by and im getting excited!
    I have in my mind the type of dress shape and silhouette. I have began to search the style online and I have a magazine clipping of what im looking for too.
    So do you think its still a litte early for me to organise the first dress shopping expedition? Or wait a few more months?
    Also, has anyone had experiences with buying wedding dresses in dudool.com? I fell in love with one of their dresses lol. I love such style.

    Thanks, any advice, stories or discussion on your first dress shopping expeditions welcomed!
    Cheeky

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