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Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by Conquistador, Apr 29, 2004.
What are some of the things you do to stay up all night?
In no specific order/regularity:
3. Exercise (every night)
4. Did mention coffee?
5. SDN (during breaks)
I usually call it quits around 1am, and get up around 6:30 or 7. I think its helpful to get around 6 hrs per night for retention purposes and consolidation into long term memory (at least for the basic sci years), plus its just not worth it.
Comes naturally... I'm a nightowl.
My entire family on my father's side only sleeps about 3-4 hours/night. It's a curse. When I go to sleep, it's automatic that I wake up in 4 hours. Only rarely can I sleep longer.
Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level and beat you with experience. - Confucius
that's a great quote S.D.r.
Read and work.
When I saw this thread all I thought of was the Lionel Ritchie song...
Coffee (with an IV drip, must have for any medical student)
i find whatever pills i can get my hands on and swallow/crush and snort/freebase and inject them.
Ive found so far that adderol from canada keeps me up longer than ritalin from mexico.
But really nothing works better than a few old coffee grinds cooked in a spoon with a bit of ammonia (or urine if its all u have handy), injected IV. Of course, that late at night, its sometimes hard to find a good vein.