i. [CHAPTER ONE] Entry #119 November 2005 at 00:02 | Posted in Circadian rhythm | 2 Comments
Tags: DSPS, Meta, Sleep disorder
An experiment. Do I want to start a blog? About the night owl condition – and open to the public? Then I’d better make clear, here at the start, that I am not a doctor nor a scientist. Do be careful about taking any advice I might come with. And keep in mind that it is possible, not even unusual, to have more than one sleep disorder at the same time.
The pic was “stolen” from an online forum which isn’t there anymore. Maybe it’s mine exclusively, now?
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