sleep back on track

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Posted by: stak
Posted on: 2005-12-10 10:50:59

.. i hope. since the middle of november, my sleep schedule has been totally warped. i think the constant getup-work-sleep that has been this term actually succeeded in breaking my brain enough that i couldn't sleep properly.. or at all, even if i was tired and trying to sleep. numerous other people in my class were also (and still are) affected by this pseudo-insomnia/narcolepsy, so i know it's not just me. anyway, the last two nights i've actually managed to get a decent amount of sleep each night, so hopefully my internal clock has fixed itself.

in other news, i have a final exam in less than two hours that i haven't started studying for. i suppose i should at least do something, but really.. it's The Physics of How Things Work. the midterm was a joke, and it's not like the course counts for anything for me. :)

Posted by Richard at 2005-12-14 14:44:00
And how long did that being back on track last?
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Posted by stak at 2005-12-14 15:42:15
a full four days. i think i'm still ok.. just need to sleep early tonight :)
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Posted by Fai at 2005-12-21 00:14:25
did the 5:30 help? :P
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Posted by stak at 2005-12-21 08:59:24
it would have been ok if i had been able to sleep last night.
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Posted by Robb at 2005-12-23 06:17:18
Just give up. It will be fixed when you're forced to go to work.
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