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Discussion in 'Health, Fitness, and Diet' started by Mebs, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. Lifeapprentice

    Lifeapprentice Well-Known Member

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    You mean last Saturday evening, when I saw you half sitting half lying on a public bench , eyes half closed, mouth wide open, drooling abundantly and loudly snoring a C sharp in the half empty whisky bottle that you miraculously held with the minuscule remnants of energy left in you , you were just taking a little nap?
     
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  2. Mebs

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    Yeah, my bad. Was that before or after I simultaneously puked and pissed on myself?
     
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    Lifeapprentice Well-Known Member

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    I can't really tell, at the time I was running in circles around the bench, covered in colourful feathers , croaking like a toad, waving my arms as if ready to take off.
    An other ordinary saturday evening for the gc crew.
     
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  4. Mebs

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    Yup pretty much.

    That is another things I was wondering, is about homeless people's sleeping patterns. How the hell would you get a decent night sleep on the street? Do they constantly nap throughout the day? Do you just learn to sleep with one eye open at all times?
     
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    That is a good question, I imagine they don't get solid sleep like the rest of us.
     
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  6. Mebs

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    They must be exhausted all the time. Either that or their bodies just get adjusted to it.
     
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    Ideal sleep time remains at 7-8 hours, research backs this up. Realistically, with the work i do, i do like 5 at most 6 hours daily. Its tragic, but its my reality while im still in training. Hopefully things will change in the next few years
     
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    Yeah, I think that seems to be a problem for people entering their careers, they are expected to work crazy-long hours with minimal reward. It will probably ease off once you are fully trained though?
     
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    Does anyone else have problems with sleeping after exercise? What solutions do you have? Do you what the scientific/theoretucal reason behind this is?
     
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    I think you are bound to be a little hyped after exercise. I think because your body is still pumping blood around it.

    Maybe a hot bath or some weed or both? Failing that stretching and meditation.
     
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