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The first thing you can try is self-hypnosis. Just as mentioned above. From head to feet. For example: Focus on your forehead. Think about it.Then tell yourself "My forehead is relaxed". Imagine your muscle is laid down due to gravity. Then your forehead should be felt like kinda numb and comfortable in a couple seconds. Proceed this to your nose, cheek, ...


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You might be one of those unlucky few who suffer from Non-24-hour sleep–wake disorder. Do let us know if things have gotten better in the intervening two years, and what you've done. As for reading in bed, it's well-documented that the blue component of light delays sleep by inhibiting the production of melatonin. Use an app like f.lux to remove much of the ...


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Along the same lines as Atif, rather than feeling forced to choose between better sleep with interuppted bursts of productivity and uninterrupted productivity with bad sleep, maybe look at the problem as 'How do I improve my ability to pick up where I left off when a burst of productivity gets interrupted?' The time boxing app Vitamin-R has a few different ...


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Are you suffering from sleep apnea? My cousin has sleep apnea and his symptoms are the same as yours. He gets his 8~9 hours of sleep daily and yet feels lethargic in the morning and relies on coffee to keep him going. It was only after I had him wear a sleep monitoring device that we found out that although he thinks he was sleeping, he wasnt. He wasnt ...


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I am not sure if the cons outweigh the pros of sleeping on a consistent schedule. Infact, I have found myself to be better aligned with priorities and as you mentioned brings order to chaos. However, productivity for me is not something that we wait for and that is bestowed upon us at an opportune moment only the moving planets can determine. We don't wait ...



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