I’ve decided that it’s time to live up to the tagline on this blog and go back to polyphasic sleep again. For the unenlightened, Polyphasic sleep is a different sleep cycle where you sleep for several short periods over the course of 24 hours, not just in one big chunk during the night.
There’s several different polyphasic sleep patterns where the most hardcore one allows you to sleep only 2 hours a night – This one needs you to have a 20 minute nap every 4 hours and is very inflexible. You can read more about polyphasic sleep on my previous blog post:
For this attempt, I’ll tag all the posts with the tag Polyphasic sleep 2.0 to make the posts easy to find without wading through the previous posts, and I’ll do an index post again.
I’ll also cover some other information about Polyphasic sleep in some extra blog posts:
- A review of the Zeo (Which is an awesome device)
- What sleep pattern I’m trying and how I came up with it
- How to analyse your Zeo data for polyphasic sleep (Zeo is catered to monophasic sleep)
- Some other things I might still think off 🙂
From my analytics, I see that people are finding my site when searching for:
- Polyphasic headache
- Zeo polyphasic sleep (and polyphasic sleep zeo)
So let me address these as best I can.