distance to the alarm clock has no impact on my ability (or rather, lack thereof) to get up in the morning. I will walk through two rooms, turn off the clock (apparently I'm cogent enough in the morning to figure out that snooze means another infernal buzzing sound in 15 minutes, so I turn the alarm off instead), slouch on the couch, and pass out again. It can be so bad that I will dream about getting up again and going to work, only to wake up half an hour after my necessary leave home for work time
hehe, same here. I actually managed to answer a phone call from a colleague trying to wake me up, tell him that i'm on a bus heading there and go back to sleep. It's especially prominent when I don't get enough sleep (3 4 hours). I'll end up having to redo two classes (both 8am) because I've slept through tests, and it's not because I forgot about the test, nor that I didn't have Nike Air Max 90 Winter Premium - Men Shoes
moron4hire 1543 days ago link
This is a problem I used to have too. Try getting 3 4 hours of sleep per night (or less, if I've had a project) for a week, and see how well you wake up to your alarm clock. Now sleep in on the weekend to try to make up for the deficit, and continue this for a few years. Alarm clocks just don't cut it.
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ramidarigaz 1543 days ago link
houseabsolute 1543 days ago link
be able to function at a reasonable level. So I end up turning off the alarm and collapsing back into bed for another hour or two. This pattern repeats and I end up in free running sleep mode.
increasing the volume of the alarm clock and the distance I have to travel to get to it normally solves that problem.
JesseAldridge 1543 days ago link
I am abnormally lazy in that respect. This is far longer than the time it actually takes me to fall back asleep.
pilib 1541 days ago link
a reliable alarm clock (sometimes 3 separate ones).
The trouble isn't so much waking up as it is falling asleep. If I try to go to bed at the same time every night, after a few of days I'll find myself staring at the ceiling for hours before I'm able to nod off. That leaves me with like four hours of sleep before the alarm goes off. That's simply not enough for me to Air Max 90 White With Gum Bottom
curious why a simple alarm clock that wakes you up at the desired hour wasn
For the same reason that the OP had to write a long and well researched post, along with relatively significant financial expense. My body likes sleep, and for me, "willpower to get out of bed" Air Max 90 Essential Orange isn't something that magically occurs at 8am. There are studies that associate willpower and self control with blood sugar levels, exercise, and other factors, and I'm under the impression that people that naturally wake up in a dark room simply from the sound of an alarm clock have widely differing body chemistry from mine.
YuriNiyazov 1543 days ago link
I cured myself of that by getting a radio alarm and turning it up as loud as it would go; I basically shocked myself totally awake first thing. Nowadays just an ordinary alarm is enough because I have made it a habit to get up. (If you are not going to get up when the alarm goes off, don't set it you will just be training yourself in the bad habit of ignoring it.)Added: One of my responsibilities was to make sure my brothers got up in time for school. I can tell you from experience, that if you have someone to help, ice water is a great motivator to get out of bed.
billswift 1543 days ago link
It's not waking up that's hard; the problem is getting to sleep. It's hard to understand if you don't have this problem yourself. .
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