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    When do you typically sleep?

    I have been having issues with my sleep. For a long while, I was going to bed about 3 AM and now I find myself staying awake till 6 AM or later (earlier?). I feel best when I am asleep by 1 AM but I have not been able to fall asleep that early for a long, long time. I have even pulled several "all-nighters" to try to fix it and it hasn't worked.

    I am curious as to what time you all head to bed and if you struggle with sleep like I do. Trying to find a way to fix this.

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    My sleep has fluctuated a lot recently. When I was a student it was all easier. I don't know how I got away with sleeping in class sometimes. Procrastinated frequently and learned how to do all-nighters properly.

    Now I'm trying to fix my sleep. I had trouble falling asleep last night. I reckon I nodded off around midnight or shortly after and woke up at 7.30 which is going to take some getting used to. Can't rely on energy drinks anymore. I suppose a good breakfast is the best thing.

    I think the cut-off point when one loses those student sleep/energy superpowers is mid-20s. Towards 30s and beyond, good luck, younger members of the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    I think the cut-off point when one loses those student sleep/energy superpowers is mid-20s.
    Speak for yourself! I'm 32 and as erratic as ever!
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