Бифазный сон

Steve Pavlina, “Biphasic Sleep”, public translation into Russian from English More about this translation.

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Biphasic Sleep

Бифазный сон

History of edits (Latest: AndrewLuch 5 years, 4 months ago) §

Recently I decided to test biphasic sleep, which means sleeping in two distinct cycles every 24-hour period. This topic has been discussed on our forums at length, so if you want to learn more about it, read the massive biphasic sleep thread. If you just read the first post in that thread, it will give you a pretty good overview.

Недавно, я решил испытать бифазный сон, что означает сон в два особых цикла каждые 24 часа. Эта тема обсуждалась на наших форумах достаточно долгое время, так что если вы хотите узнать больше о бифазном сне, прочтите эту большую ветвь обсуждений на эту тему. Если же вы уже прочли первый пост в этом обсуждении , для вас это будет достаточно хорошим обзором.

History of edits (Latest: AndrewLuch 5 years, 4 months ago) §

This certainly won’t be my first sleep experiment. I’ve previously written about becoming an early riser, and I did polyphasic sleep for 5-1/2 months in 2005-2006.

Это был не первый мой эксперимент со сном. Ранее я уже писал о том как стать "ранней пташкой" и пробовал многофазный сон втечение пяти с половиной месяцев в 2005-2006 годах

History of edits (Latest: AndrewLuch 5 years, 4 months ago) §

Polyphasic sleep was an amazing — but immensely strange — experience. This involved sleeping 20 minutes at a time, every 4 hours, around the clock, so that’s only 2 hours of sleep out of every 24 hours. The first week involved some hellish sleep deprivation, but it became much easier once I adapted.

What I disliked about polyphasic sleep was the rigidity of it. Naps had to be taken on a fairly rigid schedule, so activities had to be slotted into 3 hour and 40 minute periods of wakefulness. I could shift the naps around a little from time to time, but missing even one nap could mean feeling worn out for several more cycles. Another factor I disliked was the strange disconnection I felt with other human beings who had to hibernate every night while I was awake. Looking back, I’m a bit amazed that I kept it up for so long, but after the first month, it had become a habit, so even though it was challenging, I was somewhat used to it by then.

My Biphasic Sleep Trial

Biphasic sleep has many variations. The version I’m trying will probably look something like this:

12:30-5:00 am – core sleep (4.5 hours)

6:00-7:30 pm – nap (1.5 hours)

I feel good about the core sleep period. I might try reducing the amount of time later, but I’ll stick with 4.5 hours at least during the adaptation. I normally get up at 5am every day, so I think it gives me an advantage to keep the same wake up time with biphasic sleep. And it doesn’t seem that difficult in principle to stay up a couple hours later than usual.

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