Sleeping patterns.


The One Who Protects
Oct 22, 2009
I am sadly out of work so no it does not change.

I keep an odd sleep schedule, it run about 32-36 hours (12 sleep, 24 awake)


New member
Mar 3, 2009
Mine are screwed, mainly cause i work both day, evening and night shifts, so some days i go to sleep aroudn midnight, some days around 7-8Am when i get home from night shifts, and sometimes in between, if i got evenign shifts.

Also, i have a hard time falling asleep, unless i'm really tired, and unless i have to wake up and go to work or something, the alarm usually gets turned off somehow, and i sleep a few extra hours. Somethimes when i have nightshifts, i go to sleep at around 8 AM, and set the alarm for 3 pm. But since i'm nto going to qwork before 23:45 i can just press the snooze button as much as i want, but unfortunately it's next to the cancel alarm button (i use my cell as alarm) so i often end up pressing teh wrong button and stopping the alarm completely. Then sometimes i end up waking up at 7 PM or something stupid like that.

It's gonan be hell when i go back to school in a month, cause i've been used to working night and evening shifts for teh vast mahority of almost the past 3 years... I was never a morning person in the first place.

As for tips: Weed to fall asleep, and coke to get up... just kidding, don't ban me please.

axle 19

Bearer of the Necronomicon
Aug 2, 2008
1. I sleep whenever I get tired. Im usually good on a few hours but will always sleep in given the oppurtunity.

2. Alarm clocks and coffee.


New member
Nov 29, 2009
my advice? stay up for 2 days straight, do anything you have too to stay awake. At around 8:30-10pm on the second day allow your self to sleep. Further more, sleep as long as you like, but not past 11:30am the next day. By doing this you'll be essentially resetting your internal clock. (your internal clock is just that, your body's own personal clock) This should work, if not see a sleep specialist.