Question of the day.

What time do you go to bed?

My answer:

As in my answer to the previous question, my circadian rhythm is screwed up so there are no rules whatsoever in practice for what time I fall asleep. I do try to have a more predictive bedtime though if possible, so my standard goal is to be in bed by midnight, not later. I might eventually get up if I’m not having any luck falling asleep for an hour or longer, or when I’m feeling mentally crappy and if I am only able to sleep, I like to go to sleep earlier and sleep as much as possible.

You? 🙂

8 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. I take bedtime Seroquel at around midnight, and it kicks in and puts me to sleep by 2:00 AM. I’d say on average, I fall asleep between 1:30 and 2:00, and that works for me pretty well. My dad thinks I should go to bed earlier so I could get up at 10:00 and be better rested, but I’m sort of a night owl, and I love messing around online late at night, for some reason. But it all works out pretty well.

    That’s so strange how you have circadian rhythm problems due to blindness, which makes sense; and I can relate so much, but I’m NOT blind. Weirdness.

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    1. Sounds like a good sleep schedule. And there’s indeed something really cool about doing things online late at night, somehow it feels even better than during the day. From what I can notice a lot of people with mental health issues have some circadian rhythm process so I think these two things must be somehow strongly related.

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