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Apparently, skewed biological clocks are completely normal for teenagers, up to the extend where one might want to sleep during the day and work at night. I was wondering, does it ever end? Will we ever get back our childhood sleeping patterns where we could wake up before 8 am with absolutely no effort? I am 20 now, and there is still no sign of it. Any experiences? When does it start to change again?
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(Original post by Zefiros)
Apparently, skewed biological clocks are completely normal for teenagers, up to the extend where one might want to sleep during the day and work at night. I was wondering, does it ever end? Will we ever get back our childhood sleeping patterns where we could wake up before 8 am with absolutely no effort? I am 20 now, and there is still no sign of it. Any experiences?
Whilst at uni I was a very late sleeper/riser, typically going to be no earlier than 4am and getting up at mid day.

As I got older, I found myself wanting to go to bed earlier and waking up earlier without alarm clocks.
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Whilst at uni I was a very late sleeper/riser, typically going to be no earlier than 4am and getting up at mid day.

As I got older, I found myself wanting to go to bed earlier and waking up earlier without alarm clocks.
Would you mind specifying 'older'? How much older?
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(Original post by Zefiros)
Would you mind specifying 'older'? How much older?
I think from about 24 onwards
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Depends on the person. I'm 25 very soon and I'm currently seeking medical help to correct my sleeping pattern which is even worse than what's been described so far. I had a cyclical pattern where I slept later and later each night. I'm now taking melatonin but I'm still trying to see if it will be enough or I'll need different treatment.
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I'm 17 and have a great sleeping pattern!! Go to bed early but I'm an early riser and get up at 6 every morning without fail! Means I can be productive and get work done before school although I can't stay up late haha
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