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These are what have worked for me, as opposed to what I have heard or think should work. exercise less carbs, especially for breakfast so as to stay out of bed work out your baggage: what are you avoiding, fearing, mindlessly responding to morning pages (akin to journaling) hour a day (or two, or ten minutes) building something that matters; do something ...
When I was 22 and just graduated from college I had the same idea as you do now. As a workaholic who's passionate about his work (software development) and very determined about his goal, I would keep working until late night and get up very early. The average sleep I got was about 5 hours per day, EVERYDAY, for 5 years, even on weekends. There's always so ...
Jumping late into the bandwagon but would like to share my experience in doing this and got mentally ill. I got into a state where I am awake, but just glaring at the computer effectively doing nothing (spaced-out!) many times in a day. The best times were when I got enough good night sleep, i.e., you will know this when you naturally wake up, but still ...
In 2011 I developed/discovered a method that does both - gets you asleep in the night even if you are stressed, and also makes your getting out bed experience totally reliable and pleasurable. I use it every day myself. Check it out by doing a Google search on the Masafen method. You won't be disappointed.
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