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Looking for advice on how to reorient my sleep schedule. I’m currently getting enough sleep but it’s from 6:00 am to 3:00/4:00 pm, so I don’t get to see people much or do stuff with them. I’m usually too awake to fall asleep at normal hours. I used to take melatonin to help but it stopped working after I was prescribed a different sleep med that also stopped working. Suggestions?

    • AnimalBoy

      83d

      I cycle my sleep schedule by staying up as long as possible and sleeping in as late as possible until it goes all the way back around, theres a period where I wake up at like 10pm and go to sleep at 2 or 3pm and it's probably the most productive i ever am because i have that chunk of morning time/business hours/alone time without my housemates that I'm never awake for otherwise. It's also less harsh on the chronic fatigue issues

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"You could try a two-week reset where you go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, setting alarms and keeping daytime naps under 45 minutes. Some people have found success with sleep aids that contain l-theanine and ashwagandha, or a sleep tincture that includes valerian root, hops, skullcap, passion flower, chamomile, and California poppy. It's also recommended to create a sleep-friendly environment with blackout curtains, brown noise sounds, and putting your phone on do not disturb mode. A weighted blanket and sleep meditation practices like yoga nidra can also be beneficial."

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