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Can we safely substitute sleep with food?

  1. #1
    Cly African Astronaut [foredate your moneyless friar's-cowl]
    I eat my evening meal at night and feel too energized at night to sleep. If I stay up and do other shit to keep myself occupied besides staring at a ceiling or something like that, will I spontaneously fall asleep at the wheel on my way to the market the next day even though I feel fine? I worry about this because that's what all the papers say. But I can stay up 40 hours easily without crashing feeling wide awake. I'm just worried it's not healthy. I think it has something to do with the antipsychotic I take. Please help, I just want to be safe.
  2. #2
    CASPER Soldier of Fourchin
    Well yeah there are metabolic processes that only happen during sleep. You cant survive that way forever, and even in the shortterm its not optimal.
  3. #3
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    there have been documented cases of people who only need to sleep very little if at all.

    I wonder how that impacts them in the long-term though; over the course of their life their brain would be running at full load a good 30% more than anyone else
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  5. #5
    Cly African Astronaut [foredate your moneyless friar's-cowl]
    but am I just going to pass out at the wheel? I don't think my body is doing anything metabolically different during the rest periods i take between my more remarkable sleep periods I get every 36-40 hours than if I were to stay awake.
  6. #6
    yes, if your iq is 80 and below.
  7. #7
    Jeff Houston
    Reserved for something
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