Polyphasic Sleep Experiment at Zeo
There’s a great new post over at the Zeo blog by an experienced polyphasic sleeper – instead of sleeping in one 8 hour chunk, he breaks it up into three segments throughout the day. In his post he shows how he used Zeo to help optimize sleep quality and create a polyphasic schedule that feels better for him than the more common monophasic sleep.
It’s also part of a larger Polyphasic Sleep Experiment
involving 11 polyphasic sleepers – Zeo is asking them to document their journey of adapting to polyphasic sleep with writing, sleep data, and video footage. I believe it’s still open to anyone who wants to join, so if you’re interested in going polyphasic, ask Derek at Zeo
for more details.
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