What would happen if you didn’t sleep?

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+5 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

Sorry fell asleep during that, what did he say? :x
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+3 2. huldu commented 3 years ago

I've had no issues at all sleeping during daytime with a sun up in the sky. I think it's more of a pattern than anything else. If you're up for some fun with your mind change your sleep schedule a *lot* and often. Just like everything else in life your body adapts very quickly to changes. Some days can be very "interesting" during a transition phase.
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+4 3. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

I used to work night shift a couple of years ago. In the beginning it was pure torture, my body wanted me to go to sleep so badly around 2- 3 am....but after a few weeks working that way, it became just another "day" at work.
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+2 4. manro commented 3 years ago

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+5 5. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

Interesting article...I sleep 'when' I sleep for an average of three hours...yeah...THREE hours. Then I'm awake for around 4 - 6 hours....then I sleep for three hours or so....and so on. It drives me feckin' NUTS ( oh sorry I forgot...I'm ALREADY nuts ). True I 'could' take meds to help me sleep and to get me into a proper ( lol ) 'sleep pattern'. But...( there's always one ) any meds I take increase the chances of yet another damn Migraine...and considering how often I get them and how badly I get them...that's a chance I'm not willing to take...
besides...I've been there and done that already thanks very much.
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+3 6. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#5 Poor cameramaster...at least you always have snotr to go to during your awake periods. :) <3
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+3 7. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

I seriously think I was born to sleep, I can nod off pretty much anytime anyplace.......oops sorry... If I'm seriously stressed about something though it's the first thing to go and a couple of nights with disturbed sleep and I'm fecked! mood takes a tumble, apatite likewise along with concentration. I've learnt over the years to keep my stress levels at a manageable level, one can only do what one can do, I don't push it these days. Just so long as I can drive fast car's, fondle women, not work weekends and be my own boss I'm fine. O:)<3
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+2 8. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#7 Now I know where you are when you're sometimes absent for 2 days or so from snotr....probably curled up sleeping somewhere or what you call "working" <3
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+3 9. Scotsman50 commented 3 years ago

#5 I hear exactly what you are saying my only downside is i am allergic to all known medication and even an asprin will kill me so migraines are an absolute bummer as i have to just sit through it and wait for it to pass.
Any pain at all i just have to grin and bear it and god forbid if i ever need a operation as they cant lol.
Gotta look on the bright side as the other side was to dark. (been there done that not good)
I have had this for 5 years and you eventually learn to live with it
Condition is severe Idiopathic Anaphylaxis and my one is classed as extremely life threatning but hey ho as the song says..."Always look on the bright side of life" still here, so far :D:D:D:D:squirrel::squirrel:
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+5 10. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

#9. What annoys me...INTENSELY...is that up until I got married ( says a lot lol ) I could sleep not only 'any when'...but pretty much anywhere as well.
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+3 11. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#10 It's marital PTSD! >:)
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+2 12. Scotsman50 commented 3 years ago

#10 I am lucky that way
I could lie down on a nettle bed naked and i would still sleep but dont be anywhere near me as the Glotis in my throat is nearly closed and pulsates so i snore like nothing ever heard.:squirrel::squirrel:
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+2 13. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#12 Very common...time for sleep study! :) Is it possible the headaches stem from that? O:)....Wait.."nettle bed...naked"...hmmm....:OO:):squirrel:

edit: We're still being family friendly, right? :P
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+2 15. Scotsman50 commented 3 years ago

#13 Keeping it family friendly:O my auto immune system is totally busted however i assure you everything else is 100% as it should be.

Thinks of taking a walk today and looking for a nettle bed (Hmmmmm tingly thoughts) 8-)8-):squirrel::squirrel:
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+1 16. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#15 It might be difficult to find a nettle bed this time of year...:P