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Anonymous #1
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I always sleep very very late 4-5AM and wake up in the afternoon 1-2PM. Idk why but my body thinks that this rhythm is better for it and I function better at night.

The problem with that is that I feel very lonely when everyone is sleeping and I'm awake. I also feel like I'm missing out on the parts of the day when everyone is their most active.

Is this normal? Should I change to a more 'regular' sleeping pattern?
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Anonymous #2
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Same, I go to sleep at 2-3am even when I have early lectures so I'm always exhausted during the day, but I find it really hard to get to sleep before midnight now, even if I'm in bed at ten

If sleeping late is impacting your daily life, like making you feel fatigued during the day, maybe think about trying to change your sleep pattern, but if you feel fine and are happy with your sleep routine then stick to it
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Truflais
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I'm normally asleep for like 10 tbh but woke up at 1pm today so here we are.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Same, I go to sleep at 2-3am even when I have early lectures so I'm always exhausted during the day, but I find it really hard to get to sleep before midnight now, even if I'm in bed at ten

If sleeping late is impacting your daily life, like making you feel fatigued during the day, maybe think about trying to change your sleep pattern, but if you feel fine and are happy with your sleep routine then stick to it
Same! Then I try to survive on excessive coffee until I am exhausted but even when I'm exhausted I won't sleep until 4-5, it's like my body doesn't accept it... When I don't have to wake up early though, then I sleep until 1-2 and I function normally.
(Original post by Precious Illusions)
I'm normally asleep for like 10 tbh but woke up at 1pm today so here we are.
For me, precious illusions only come after midnight; enjoy
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I'm literally the same at the moment, I sleep at around 6-7am and I wake up at 1pm.

I have a lot of work to do at the moment and I seem to focus better at night, so it's not ideal but it works for me.
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I think people naturally have differing sleeping patters. People have been talking about 'larks' and 'owls' for years. Trouble is that the world mostly runs on a narrower sleep schedule.

If you want to change your schedule, start going to bed and waking up an hour earlier. Your body might not adjust straight away but stick with it and gradually change those hours.
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I usually go to sleep at 10 p.m.
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