Odd Hours

I have discovered that even when sleeping a solid 9 hours, I’d still feel sleepy the next morning. Why?

I don’t know if it’s biorhythm, but sleeping even at 4am I’d still feel alright the next day. I’d have to wake up at 6am, giving only 2 hours of sleep. Or maybe it was too short a time to sleep and then feel sleep-deprived. Sleeping at 3am however made me feel shitty; 1am too, but not 2am for some reason. Heck, 11pm wasn’t right either.

I then realized that, quite simply, sleeping at odd hours would give me that sleep-deprived feeling. Sleep at 10pm, 12 midnight, 2am or 4am, and everything would be alright, for some strange reason.

The Internet is too slow for me to research what sleep does to your biological clock, so for now I’ll just claim that what I say is the ultimate truth, and all of you should sleep at 10pm.

Isn’t that the wonder of blogging? This is like an article but without any basis in research.

6 thoughts on “Odd Hours

  1. gianne Post author

    answer to question number 1! you slept too bloody much XD. it’s a fine line between a panda and a pig. wahlau, i didnt know there’s such a thing as sleeping at odd/even hours with diff results. hmm, will try some day. apparently, the best time to depe sleep is between 12am-2am.
    sometimes i just don’t feel like sleeping so early. like time ought to be lengthened.

    remember me, btw? lol

  2. Albert Ng Post author

    Of course I remember you! I still link to you! Off the record I haven’t been updating links in a long time.


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