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    When do you guys sleep?

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    I tend to sleep at night.

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    me usually around 11 PM ET

    Play around also in bed with instruments

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    me usually around 11 PM ET

    Play around also in bed with instruments

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    You guys don’t play instruments in bed? I don’t get it you must be narrowminded people I’m learning the flute

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
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    i am learning the clapper on clapping cheeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    You guys don’t play instruments in bed? I don’t get it you must be narrowminded people I’m learning the flute
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    Gamblers usually have Conservative hours as far as sleeping we need to be alert each day

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamsNCharge99 View Post
    hey she knows the flute too

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    Leonardo da Vinci and Nikola Tesla Allegedly Followed the Uberman Sleep Cycle


    By: Joanie Faletto




    Will six 20-minute naps per day make you more productive?



    If you're anything like us, you consider sleep to be a holy, critical, much-anticipated, sacrosanct nightly ritual. If you're Leonardo da Vinci or Nikola Tesla, you consider it wasted time. Blasphemy, we know. Allegedly, the two stuck to a sleep schedule that is so aggressive, you'll get exhausted just thinking about it. Thanks, but no thanks.





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    You're Getting Very, Very Sleepy



    There's nothing controversial in stating that sleep is important. Sleep deprivation makes you eat more than you need, makes you drive like a drunken fool, kills your ability to learn, and literally eats your brain. While sleep is critical for countless reasons, no one ever said you need to soak it all up in one sitting — er, one laying?


    While napping stations are all the rage in trendy millennial workspaces (naps work, people!), mid-day sleeps are not a new concept at all. In fact, it was common for people in the pre-Industrial age to break up their night's sleep into segments: "first sleep" and "second sleep." But, as legend has it, some of history's greatest thinkers took that a step further.


    Anyone Got a Red Bull?



    Allegedly, Leonardo da Vinci and Nikola Tesla stuck to an almost impossibly strenuous sleep cycle. While the pre-Industrial segmented sleepers had a biphasic routine (hitting the pillow twice in a day), da Vinci and Tesla practiced the most intense example of polyphasic sleeping (bedtime more than three times in a day). Their routine of choice, reportedly? The Uberman cycle.


    This cycle consists of taking six 20-minute naps, evenly distributed, throughout your day. Continue indefinitely. According to the Polyphasic Society, you can adjust the system in a non-equidistant way to fit your needs. For da Vinci's possible adoption of this practice, Claudio Stampi writes in his 1992 book, "Why We Nap": "One of his secrets, or so it has been claimed, was a unique sleep formula: he would sleep 15 minutes out of every four hours, for a daily total of only 1.5 hours of sleep. Therefore, it appears he was able to gain an extra six productive hours a day. By following this unique regimen, he 'gained' an additional 20 years of productivity during his 67 years of life."


    Tesla allegedly never slept for more than two hours in any given 24-hour period, if you can even believe that. But, please, don't try to mimic it. This may have been the ticket that drove him to a mental breakdown at age 25. "Professors at the university warned Tesla's father that the young scholar's working and sleeping habits were killing him," reports Smithsonian magazine.


    The reason why people would submit themselves to odd sleeping hours and shortened napping shifts is obvious: More time means — ideally — more productivity. A 1989 study published in Work & Stress found that polyphasic sleep strategies improve prolonged sustained performance. So, not only do you have more time to do what you have to do, but you'll maybe even get better results when you do it. Just do us a favor, and don't go to Tesla-like extremes with it.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    What is Dymaxion Sleep?


    The Dymaxion sleep schedule involves taking four 30-minute naps every 6 hours for a total of 2 hours of sleep per day. This sleep schedule first appeared in a Time article in 1943, in which the American architect Buckminster Fuller claimed to have followed this sleep schedule for 2 years.Jan 11, 2021




    Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion Sleep Plan: He Slept Two Hours a Day for Two Years & Felt “Vigorous” and “Alert”

    in Biology, Life, Science |



    One potential drawback of genius, it seems, is restlessness, a mind perpetually on the move. Of course, this is what makes many celebrated thinkers and artists so productive.

    That and the extra hours some gain by sacrificing sleep. Voltaire reportedly drank up to 50 cups of coffee a day, and seems to have suffered no particularly ill effects. Balzac did the same, and died at 51. The caffeine may have had something to do with it. Both Socrates and Samuel Johnson believed that sleep is wasted time, and “so for years has thought grey-haired Richard Buckminster Fuller,” wrote Time magazine in 1943, “futuristic inventor of the Dymaxion house, the Dymaxion car and the Dymaxion globe.”


    Engineer and visionary Fuller intended his “Dymaxion” brand to revolutionize every aspect of human life, or—in the now-slightly-dated parlance of our obsession with all things hacking—he engineered a series of radical “lifehacks.” Given his views on sleep, that seemingly essential activity also received a Dymaxion upgrade, the trademarked name combining “dynamic,” “maximum,” and “tension.” “Two hours of sleep a day,” Fuller announced, “is plenty.” Did he consult with specialists? Medical doctors? Biologists? Nothing as dull as that. He did what many a mad scientist does in the movies. (In the search, as Vincent Price says at the end of The Fly, “for the truth.”) He cooked up a theory, and tested it on himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 19th Hole View Post
    Leonardo da Vinci and Nikola Tesla Allegedly Followed the Uberman Sleep Cycle

    19th, Do you prefer Ritalin or Adderal?????????
    By: Joanie Faletto




    Will six 20-minute naps per day make you more productive?



    If you're anything like us, you consider sleep to be a holy, critical, much-anticipated, sacrosanct nightly ritual. If you're Leonardo da Vinci or Nikola Tesla, you consider it wasted time. Blasphemy, we know. Allegedly, the two stuck to a sleep schedule that is so aggressive, you'll get exhausted just thinking about it. Thanks, but no thanks.





    Shutterstock




    You're Getting Very, Very Sleepy



    There's nothing controversial in stating that sleep is important. Sleep deprivation makes you eat more than you need, makes you drive like a drunken fool, kills your ability to learn, and literally eats your brain. While sleep is critical for countless reasons, no one ever said you need to soak it all up in one sitting — er, one laying?


    While napping stations are all the rage in trendy millennial workspaces (naps work, people!), mid-day sleeps are not a new concept at all. In fact, it was common for people in the pre-Industrial age to break up their night's sleep into segments: "first sleep" and "second sleep." But, as legend has it, some of history's greatest thinkers took that a step further.


    Anyone Got a Red Bull?



    Allegedly, Leonardo da Vinci and Nikola Tesla stuck to an almost impossibly strenuous sleep cycle. While the pre-Industrial segmented sleepers had a biphasic routine (hitting the pillow twice in a day), da Vinci and Tesla practiced the most intense example of polyphasic sleeping (bedtime more than three times in a day). Their routine of choice, reportedly? The Uberman cycle.


    This cycle consists of taking six 20-minute naps, evenly distributed, throughout your day. Continue indefinitely. According to the Polyphasic Society, you can adjust the system in a non-equidistant way to fit your needs. For da Vinci's possible adoption of this practice, Claudio Stampi writes in his 1992 book, "Why We Nap": "One of his secrets, or so it has been claimed, was a unique sleep formula: he would sleep 15 minutes out of every four hours, for a daily total of only 1.5 hours of sleep. Therefore, it appears he was able to gain an extra six productive hours a day. By following this unique regimen, he 'gained' an additional 20 years of productivity during his 67 years of life."


    Tesla allegedly never slept for more than two hours in any given 24-hour period, if you can even believe that. But, please, don't try to mimic it. This may have been the ticket that drove him to a mental breakdown at age 25. "Professors at the university warned Tesla's father that the young scholar's working and sleeping habits were killing him," reports Smithsonian magazine.


    The reason why people would submit themselves to odd sleeping hours and shortened napping shifts is obvious: More time means — ideally — more productivity. A 1989 study published in Work & Stress found that polyphasic sleep strategies improve prolonged sustained performance. So, not only do you have more time to do what you have to do, but you'll maybe even get better results when you do it. Just do us a favor, and don't go to Tesla-like extremes with it.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    What is Dymaxion Sleep?


    The Dymaxion sleep schedule involves taking four 30-minute naps every 6 hours for a total of 2 hours of sleep per day. This sleep schedule first appeared in a Time article in 1943, in which the American architect Buckminster Fuller claimed to have followed this sleep schedule for 2 years.Jan 11, 2021




    Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion Sleep Plan: He Slept Two Hours a Day for Two Years & Felt “Vigorous” and “Alert”

    in Biology, Life, Science |



    One potential drawback of genius, it seems, is restlessness, a mind perpetually on the move. Of course, this is what makes many celebrated thinkers and artists so productive.

    That and the extra hours some gain by sacrificing sleep. Voltaire reportedly drank up to 50 cups of coffee a day, and seems to have suffered no particularly ill effects. Balzac did the same, and died at 51. The caffeine may have had something to do with it. Both Socrates and Samuel Johnson believed that sleep is wasted time, and “so for years has thought grey-haired Richard Buckminster Fuller,” wrote Time magazine in 1943, “futuristic inventor of the Dymaxion house, the Dymaxion car and the Dymaxion globe.”


    Engineer and visionary Fuller intended his “Dymaxion” brand to revolutionize every aspect of human life, or—in the now-slightly-dated parlance of our obsession with all things hacking—he engineered a series of radical “lifehacks.” Given his views on sleep, that seemingly essential activity also received a Dymaxion upgrade, the trademarked name combining “dynamic,” “maximum,” and “tension.” “Two hours of sleep a day,” Fuller announced, “is plenty.” Did he consult with specialists? Medical doctors? Biologists? Nothing as dull as that. He did what many a mad scientist does in the movies. (In the search, as Vincent Price says at the end of The Fly, “for the truth.”) He cooked up a theory, and tested it on himself.
    19th, Do you prefer Ritalin or Adderal?????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vyasports View Post
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    If you're a true gambler you sleep like 3am-9ish then nap 1-5.

    If you're going to bed at 10 pm to get your 8 hours then you are -$$$ for sure, probably stiffing locals.

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    Sometimes go to bed at 7:30 and sleep till 6:40 am but wake up 3 times to pee and can't got back to sleep for 1. + Hour each time so don't even get 8 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otters27 View Post
    Sometimes go to bed at 7:30 and sleep till 6:40 am but wake up 3 times to pee and can't got back to sleep for 1. + Hour each time so don't even get 8 hours
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