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About a week. It is a bad feeling. Your heart rate goes out of normal. I had to go to the hospital to have my sleep monitor by the Doctors. Then, I had to stay over a few nights to take some medications. I was with sleeping pills for a few years. First, my medicine was strong . Then, slowly and gradually the Doctors lower down to nothing. I have no problem with my sleep. Thanks God. I can nap during the day, and at night go to sleep with no help of sleeping pills. I try to eat right, and I exercise every day.
What a relative wimp I am. I barely made over 25 hours before I passed out. I did not awaken for 13 hours and was in deep undercover (delta wave length) sleep until I awakened.
On the Yang of this particular Ying, I slept quite deeply for a month while comatose. Yet even that is a relative wimp-out compared to many comatose experiences...
12 hours , i went like a zombie until i hit the bunk, it was insomnia maybe tea or coffee
48 hours a few times. Basically I work night shift and there are a few times after I get home I can't sleep so i decide not to fight it and settle down with a book and then go to work with a large cup of coffee so I don't fall asleep when I am not supposed to. Then when I go to bed six hours of sleep and I am like new. Some times I am dragging through my shift, other times I am fine.
I think there was one time in military where I went 72 hours part of a training program but we were allowed to have a 20 minute power nap.
Back in the old days when I was young and playing diablo 2 lord of destruction I could go two to three days without sleep, mostly from drinking so much mountain dew LOL!
by eltravose7 years ago
When I was in high school, the expansion for World of Warcraft, Burning Crusade was released. I stayed up for 7 days without sleep...it was pretty insane. Most people can't go one day, but red bulls+monster...
by Myn Is Me6 years ago
How long can you go without sleep?
by BenWritings7 years ago
Have you ever gone 72+ hours without sleep?how did that work out for you?
by Keith James Kennedy6 years ago
If you didn't need to sleep, would you still sleep every day?
by Faeriephenomenon7 years ago
What is the longest amount of time you've gone without any sleep?
by Cat3 years ago
How much sleep do you consider adequate to function properly, personally?The conversation about sleeping has been popping up a lot recently. Fellow hubbers and I have been joking about the idea of never going to bed....
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