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Is it possible for a night owl to become a morning person?

  1. Jenna Estefan profile image82
    Jenna Estefanposted 5 years ago

    Is it possible for a night owl to become a morning person?

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  2. Georgie Lowery profile image94
    Georgie Loweryposted 5 years ago

    Well, I'm 41 and I've never, ever been a morning person. I'd have to say no, in my case. Others might not have as much trouble with it, especially younger folks.

    I can't believe I just said "younger folks."

    Oi.

  3. MargaritaEden profile image75
    MargaritaEdenposted 5 years ago

    I don't think it's possible, I think it's mostly your genetic predisposition, not something that a person can change, at least in my opinion and in what I have seen.

  4. Abby Campbell profile image95
    Abby Campbellposted 5 years ago

    It is definitely possible. When I was younger (teens and 20s), I was definitely a night owl. I would sleep until about 11 AM and I wouldn't go to bed until about 1-3 AM. Now, I'm completely the opposite. I'm a chipper morning bird getting up between 5-6:30 AM and go to bed around 10-11 PM. Recently, I read a health journal where research was conducted on this very subject. It stated that for physiological and chemical reasons, young people are natural night owls while older folks are early morning birds.

  5. Michael Tully profile image62
    Michael Tullyposted 5 years ago

    Yep! I did. It seems to come naturally along with advancing age ;-)

  6. Lor's Stories profile image61
    Lor's Storiesposted 5 years ago

    I'm trying not to be a night owl. But since I work at home I tend to not worry when I go to bed. But if its 4 in the morning than I freak out.
    I think if I train myself to fall asleep by midnight I'm okay.
    However I do like the idea of being up late while everyone else is asleep.
    It's a good time to watch my cat. Or do some writing.
    I like to just sit in the quiet.
    But I'd rather be asleep and get up earlier rather than later.
    And if I need a nap. Then I'll take one.

    Last year while in the hospital the doctors were in at 4 AM that didn't make me happy.
    That's too early to think or comprehend anything from anyone.
    Seven is a better time to tell me important things.

    I really enjoy both aspects of being a night owl and a morning person.
    Is it okay to be undecided?? I'm an unaided night owl/ rooster:)

  7. The Public Image profile image78
    The Public Imageposted 5 years ago

    In my experience, no. I've always been someone who prefers sleep in and then be up and about later in the day. I'd wager to say the best times of my life have largely taken place after the fall of darkness.

    After 25 years of late rising and late bedtimes, I made a tactical error: I married a morning person. A teacher, no less!

    Since then, I've pretty much had to adapt to her schedule, and I've done so happily for the most part. But it has NEVER felt natural to me, and whenever the opportunity to stay out late and avoid getting up early arises, my body just falls right back into my old nocturnal patterns.

    The nighttime is the right time!

 
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