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Is it normal that I can't get out of my onboard sleep pattern ashore?

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  • size4riggerboots
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    Set alarms, get up in the morning, go out, do stuff, don't go to sleep at 4 in the afternoon, wait until it's a normal bedtime, then go to bed. Rinse and repeat. And use the normal forums for this kind of stuff please.

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  • timmillea
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    6 on, 6 off is pretty harsh. I assume you don't sleep 12 hours/day but sleep within those two six hour blocks! Plenty of cultures have siestas for a sleep after lunch and many experts recommend a "power nap" part-way through the day. The thing with sleep is to listen to your body and sleep when you are tired. Nothing really complicated.

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  • Clanky
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    No, it is not normal, yes, you are a freak of nature, you should drink more beer and use the normal forums not the anonymous forum.

    KTHXBAI

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    Is it normal that I can't get out of my onboard sleep pattern ashore?

    Hi,

    for my first sea phase I was working a continuous 6 on/6 off. Now I'm back at college/home I still follow that general sleep pattern.

    On ship I slept 4am-10am and 4pm-10pm. At home I sleep almost the exact same hours.

    Anyone else get this, or am I a freak of nature?
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