One long-term consequence of the polyphasic sleep experiments I did in 2005-2006 is that I still retain the ability to fall asleep very quickly. Enough time has passed that I suspect this is a permanent change. These days when I decide to go to sleep, I can typically fall asleep within 30 seconds or less.
Polyphasic Sleep Long-Term Consequences | Steve Pavlina’s Personal Development Blog
Last Monday’s post How to Become an Early Riser obviously struck a chord with many people.
How to Become an Early Riser – Part II
Most people only think that there is one way to sleep: Go to sleep at night for 6-8 hours, wake up in the morning, stay awake for 16-18 hours and then repeat.
I would guess that you'd have to be in good physical shape to start something like this; as lack of REM sleep is a root cause of heart disease and other ailments. It almost sounds like the sleep schedule can be just as brutal as a work out regimine! by Jan 29
Not sure what I think abouot this... by Jan 26