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Ubersleep: Nap-Based Sleep Schedules and the Polyphasic Lifestyle - Second Edition By Pure Doxyk
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A detailed description of polyphasic (nap-based) sleep schedules, including the Uberman, Everyman and others. Written by Puredoxyk, the coiner of the term "Uberman's Sleep Schedule" and a... More > polyphasic sleeper for many years, the book covers the history of polyphasic sleep, how to decide whether to be polyphasic, extensive advice for adapting to polyphasic schedules, and information about living polyphasically in the long-term. The Second Edition includes tons of new content (many expansions, plus whole new sections on athletic lifestyle, sleeping in public, and more), brilliant new formatting and typesetting, and a brand-new cover!< Less
Ubersleep: Nap-Based Sleep Schedules and the Polyphasic Lifestyle - Second Edition By Pure Doxyk
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Polyphasic sleep: Trading the length of one nightly sleep for frequent shorter naps, resulting in less (sometimes much less) sleep-time overall, and many other interesting changes. This is the... More > Second Edition of the UberSleep Book -- the definitive work on polyphasic sleep schedules as a lifestyle, written by one of the first long-term Ubersleepers and a polyphaser of almost a decade. Extensively updated, the Second Edition contains all the original material defining polyphasic sleep schedules and giving detailed advice on adapting to polyphasic sleep, plus many new sections and expansions on the many facets of living on a polyphasic sleep-schedule long-term.< Less
Polyphasic Sleep: Personal Development for Smart People By Steve Pavlina, Rastislav Penčík
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Polyphasic sleep involves taking multiple short sleep periods throughout the day instead of getting all your sleep in one long chunk. A popular form of polyphasic sleep, the Uberman sleep schedule,... More > suggests that you sleep 20-30 minutes six times per day, with equally spaced naps every 4 hours around the clock. This means you’re only sleeping 2-3 hours per day. I’d previously heard of polyphasic sleep, but until now I hadn’t come across practical schedules that people seem to be reporting interesting results with. How can this sleep schedule work? Supposedly it takes about a week to adjust to it. A normal sleep cycle is 90 minutes, and REM sleep occurs late in this cycle. REM is the most important phase of sleep, the one in which you experience dreams, and when deprived of REM for too long, you suffer serious negative consequences. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains Polyphasic Sleep series with additional related articles.< Less