Delayed Sleep Phase Dissorder - holding down 9 - 5 job??

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I've recently secured a graduate job after studying a Masters Degree the past year. I have Delayed Sleep Phase Dissorder (DSPD) which hasn't presented many issues since I've been able to work in the night and sleep in during the day. Im worried about how DSPD will affect my ability to hold down a 9 - 5 job, any advise appreciated.
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I used to worry about this too, as I naturally stay up very late and wake up late if left to my own devices for too long (just as I am now, haha). Once you start working a 9-5 you should naturally fall into that sleep pattern until it becomes your new routine. You went to school before 9am for 15 years didn't you?
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