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Sleep Question

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by Evo Mama, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. Evo Mama

    Evo Mama New Member

    The time change has really screwed my sleep up!

    So, I'm going to bed a little later than I used to, mostly because I'm doing CT after I get my son to sleep, and I'm waking up an hour earlier because of the time change. My bio clock hasn't figured out that the external clocks have shifted. So, before CT, I was sleeping 8-9 hours, and now it's closer to 7-7 1/2. I wake up refreshed and my energy throughout the day is good. Do you think the less sleep is okay, or should I be trying to rework things to get more sleep?
  2. marthabob2u

    marthabob2u New Member

    I'd say that f you are feeling good during the day the amount of sleep you are getting is fine. Your body will likely let you know if you should be catching more winks. It usually takes a few days to get the rhythm going again after a time change.
  3. tellmisty

    tellmisty Administrator

    I find that after CTing (and time change), my nighttime sleep seems to be dropping to 7 hours, too; might be normal to get less if your sleep is better ...

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