Naturally Nocturnal Humans

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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 07:13 AM
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Every time I fix my sleeping patterns, I always end up back to a nocturnal pattern. It's annoying having to stay up over 24 hours to fix a sleeping pattern lol.

Anyone think that the internet, TV video games etc are partly to blame for this?
Think back to a 100 years ago, how much easier it would be to go to bed with less distractions around.
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posted on Feb, 25 2012 @ 07:14 PM
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Of course "they" say this is a disease. Soon, everything will be a disease with a "cure", for which you will pay big bucks to the corporations, get all sorts of side effects, but of course it's all to cure the "disease", right?



posted on Feb, 25 2012 @ 10:55 PM
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No I just love life so much I hate to go to bed.
And I really do love the dark. As far as insomnia, never... I can sleep whenever I want to. But my zest for life gets in the way more than anything, Oh just 5 more minutes...



posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 09:43 AM
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Finally I've found my kind of people. I am glad to have found this thread, the posts and to finally realized what is wrong with me. I always have a problem waking up in the morning ever since I was a kid. I already had a hobby of sleeping late at night. Then it worsen when I reached highschool. I don't talk when I just woke up and my answers would be pretty much incomprehensible grunts,hmmms or blank stares. That what they would ONLY get from me. Screw them. I'm practically a zombie in the morning. I am not that expressive too. My whole highschool life sucked because of this. Given the chance, I would have enrolled in a night class or school. I am very active during the night and very much excited, giddy, and always seems to be in adrenaline rush. By morning I'd be all scowl and frowns, cranky, snappy at people especially to loud ones. I can't concentrate in school at all, I seemed to be more depressed and quiet. I really hate it when they labeled me emo. I am nothing like that. Sure I have a stoic facade, but hey can you blame me? The sun is annoying or any light for that matter plus I haven't had a decent sleep.. I just prefer the zen of the night than the NOISES and INTERRUPTIONS in the morning. My mother is one, very annoying (well more like my whole family).

Right now I'm looking for a job where my natural nocturnal self will find peace. It's hard.
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 08:45 AM
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I'm in Australia as I post this, I wonder if anyone wants to swap my life, over here for theres on the other side of the world. lol

Ever since the mid 90's I have felt like cr%p in the mornings, I felt like my energy was drained, then as I went onto high school and got more involved in computers like programming, internet, chat, talking to people on the other side of the world that were like minded people, I gradually become a night owl and I didn't feel cr%p like during my awaken hours like I would do in the day time. Now days I am off and on day living or night living. day living I feel seedy like I have a hang over. Night living I accomplish more stuff. But I wonder if I am missing something that was in foods pre mid 90's makes me wonder while I had this on set of seedyness all of a sudden during the mid 90's. electro smug? something taken from the food?

I get allot of muscle aches, leg muscles mainly.

I was born 1985 during my birth I stopped breathing, because of the cord being wrapped around my neck. what if this had been different? would I be in this thread wondering why I feel better at night?
I don't believe I was brain damaged by this event, yes I was a slow learner at school but that was because I could never focus of a day. By the time I left high school, I was learning more than ever, teaching myself to spell and construct a sentence with complex words.
I started reading more than I ever did at school, current events, history, tutorials.
Now days I feel like if I don't read I get dumb. I'm Consistently having my girlfriend whine because I'm Nocturnal and spend my nocturnal nights on the internet reading away learning new things.
I hate not being able to explain myself to people, I feel like I am the only one that understands. I get told I'm lazy and have no drive. Basically I do but they won't see it because they are sleeping.
The only people that see it is the people I fix computers for. I have tried to get a 8 - 5 job but failed for some reason. I would love to lead a normal sleeping pattern but I can not maintain one. I like the beach, love swimming.

So anyone have any clues, as to what I can do to fix sleeping right hours?
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:01 AM
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Sounds like preference to me, like walks on the beach to raving in a club. Ive had an overnight job before, my intervals were forced to change for this reason, I felt more comfortable sleeping in the day, but now I go to school and have grown accustomed to sleeping at night again, I love darkness though although it's day , my curtain is closed and my room is painted black, my furniture is black as well, light bothers me, not physically, only preferentially I guess, but this preference does not affect my sleeping intervals, if I am walking awake for 14 hours then my body desires 8 hours of sleep, it doesn't matter if it's day or night, I have depression problems but sadly they were not lifted for me when I was awake all night and sleeping all day, the preference may be biologically embedded for those who claim to be "naturally nocturnal" like homosexuality and psychopathy



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:09 AM
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Haha yes I strongly believe that electronic entertainment devices are too blame, I've never met a "nocturnal" person who was physically fit and had a dislike for sitting around being entertained by electronic devices, from personal experience nocturnal people watch a lot of tv, and either play video games or use Internet excessively, the other 10% are coc aine fiends..... As myself,,,,, haha



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:42 AM
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Yes,i am one of those people.At night i am energised,and just feel healthier and more alert.Its like daylight drains me,while night invigorates.Nothing to do with the seasons either,its the same summer or winter. Ive tried to not sleep in the daytime,so i can be sleepy at night-but it does'nt help much. Normaly when i do that,im still awake at night,just tired then,still not sleepy though.I do with very little sleep anyway,usualy from 7/8am-12noon/1pm. People have different circadian rythmns+sleep requirements, "daywalkers" seems to be the majority though.





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