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How many of you 'suffer' of Dysania?

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  1. Madruga

    Madruga Senior Member

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    I'm actually not even sure if 'Dysania' is something official, but I can say that it happened/happens to all of us.

    Clinomania, or Dysania as it is more commonly known, causes sufferers to find it extremely difficult to get out of bed in the morning.

    More info at links #1 , #2

    It took me nearly 5 bloody years to realize that going to sleep at 5 AM and waking up at 10 AM with a cancer-stick in my mouth, won't really help me feel awesome through my day. Used to feel tired and such... all of these until I started to (try) going to bed more often around midnight (11 PM - 2 AM) and waking up in the morning, going straight to eat something, taking a shower and sometimes even go for a run without lighting up anything for at least 1 hour. Eventually later on, found out that going regularly to the gym improves both the sleeping quality as well as the freshness I feel during the whole day.

    These simple things helped me feel great through the day and the energy I have now is transformed into an amazing productivity, compared to the days where I was waking up so tired that any mood for anything was like instantly ruined. The problem is that usually, the old bad habits catch you up form time to time and you find yourself trapped again in this 'problem', especially when you have some IM projects for which you are working intense and things gets unbalanced due to too much ambition.. (?)

    On a side note, I always wondered how come this 'didn't happen' to my parents, when I remember them in the past waking up every morning to go to their job, they were happy and energetic every single day... made me wondered if there's something extra in that coffee ;D Maybe it becomes a habit..
     
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    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    Get e-cigs or patches for the nicotine, cigarettes are outdated.
     
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    May be e-cigarettes is popular in US or European countries but cigarettes are still popular in Asian countries. People don't even know about the e-cigs
     
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    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    They aren't that popular in both the U.S. and Europe its still a "novelty" item.
     
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    this 'dysania' is just another made up condition for the affluent 21st century man.
     
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    Yeah I know what you mean, the work we do can drag into the night, and the next time I look at the clock it's 3:00Am all most every time.
     
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    Your parents, the world, had hope, that's why they were energetic.

    Look at the same age-range today as your parents were then. It's a bit different.

    That being said, it's a matter of fitness and mental strength to break the inertia to get out of bed, but it's a matter of proper scheduling of rest in order to not get prematurely tired throughout the day. 5 Hours isn't enough, 8 hours is good(and maybe too much!), but if you need more than 8 hours of sleep, it's because something in your way of living isn't good for you.
     
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    Thanks OP, although I think it is related to chronic fatigue syndrome other wise known as M.E.

    this did make me laugh ...
    "Dude I had so much Dysania this morning I slept in my beer and didnt even care"

    Oh well, time for bed now I guess :)
     
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    You know what your username means by the way? It means "Wake up very early" on Spanish. Surprised?
     
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    It certainly is a habit, like all habits, becomes very easy the more it's done.

    I used to go to sleep around 1-2 in the A.M., but lately I've been sleeping when the sun comes up at 6-7 A.M.

    I have to force my body to slowly go to bed at earlier hours, because honestly, I have more time in the day when I wake up at 11a.m. even. Gets easier.
     
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    I dont suffer from this exactly, but I do suffer from laziness which is generally about the same thing in the morning haha.
     
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    I Don't know exactly if this is the same diseas but i have those symptoms every day since 12 years now combined with an atroce weakness in all my joints,the first impact was leaving the high school when i was about to get my diploma..Drs never figured out what it is, some said it's psychosomatic & others just try to cure the symptoms with no result so i stoped visiting Drs.
    In the begining it was so hard for an hyper-dynamic and former athlet person to accept those new health conditions, but i learned to live with it, and this is the mean reason i discovered internet marketing and BHW in the same day i got banned from adsense for click exchange :)...The treasure of infos here give me a new hope in life and i am able now to work whenever my health condition decide so and feel in a better mood wich i could never do it offline.
    @Madruga:i sincerly hope what you feel is just a bad habit you could overcome soon.
    Sorry for my bad english..
     
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    Surprisingly I never had problems getting up in the morning. Sure I hate it and avoid it as much as possible but when I need to I set my alarm and get up when I have to. Never used snooze buttons nor overslept. You gotta have the right mindset I guess.

    But obviously getting up early isn't good for me, few times when I was half asleep I walked into a closed door or poured boiling water on my hand preparing coffee, generally I try to avoid waking up early :D
     
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    Haha, yes I know. I want to mention that right now I am don't suffer of anything, I feel excellent. Found out that it matters a lot how many times you eat during the day (also what ~ sometimes), and that the sleep during the night is the best that you can 'find'.

    Sometimes forcing yourself against your 'will' to jump form the bed straight in the shower, drinking green tea/coffee in the morning and ALSO eating a bit of anything at least (compared to nothing), can put you on the right track, but it's not all it takes to become mister Vitality :)
     
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    I guess if you cannot get "UP and IN" every morning, best you just stick to IM...
     
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    Sleep over 7 hours, get out of bed, eat something (not much), wait 15 minutes and go running, if you don't over-do it, you're gonna feel awesome the whole day.

    I sometimes train twice a day and still don't need more than 7 hrs of sleep.

    If I go to bed because I 'need to' and not because I want to, it's been a successful day.
     
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    That's what I'm thinking sometimes too.
     
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    Exactly, when I accidently fall down some stairs when walking for another piece of ice, thats when I know it's best to just go to bed before I hurt myself :D