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reviewed Approve What is the most radical productivity technique that you successfully use?
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comment At what time do “early risers” go to sleep at night?
I find it especially informative that the second CEO cited above is now dead and buried by fifty-something.
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comment One hour a day or 4 continuous hours a week for an activity?
Spaced repetition might be associated commonly to the flashcards technique, but the Spacing effect is a pervasive property of our memory that far transcends activities such as learning vocabulary.
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revised How to make morning physical exercises more fun?
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answered How to make morning physical exercises more fun?
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comment How to make morning physical exercises more fun?
I can attest that taking a shower with clothes on can be fun.
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accepted How can I notedown my dream in bed with minimal movement?
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comment Does Lucid Dreaming hurt the learning process?
Would you be so kind as to point out which of the don't ask forms my question currently falls into?
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comment Resetting ones' whole biological clock?
There is Sleep as Android, and I've been using it to great effect.
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comment Resetting ones' whole biological clock?
You can get a light headache and feel some drowsiness in the morning, but it seems to be an improvement over feeling like trash for just not getting enough sleep day after day. And then the side-effects of an all-nighter seem more acute to me. It does create dependency but not arguably in the small 0.3mg dose, plus only if you take it day after day. We're discussing it as a one-time shot to reset your clock--after you wake up early the first morning, you no longer need the pill to keep the early-bird schedule, you'll feel asleep earlier.
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answered Resetting ones' whole biological clock?
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comment Does Lucid Dreaming hurt the learning process?
My question proper makes itself known in the title, but I've echoed it in the final paragraph if you've taken issue with directing this towards asking for research. In any case you had previously put bluntly "This is not on topic here" which seems not to be the case, and doesn't communicate the real issue you've closed it for which is "This needs to be rephrased", if I understand you correctly. Also, not 'touching' productivity at all is quite the bold assertion. How is it not that informing oneself about whether a given body hack will get in the way of learning be anything but productivity?
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