60 hours with legittly no sleep?Just out of curiosity what's the longest you have gone without sleep? And why? For me it was last semester about 60 hours, I had like 3 big exams over three days and a lot of assignments, home-work due, post away.
Yes about 60 hours, I work the night shift from 11pm -7am, so I have of staying up to do anyway. In this particular situation this is what happened, I got up at 3 am Wednesday morning, for work. I started 3am and got off at 7am. I had class from 10am and then done done that day around 5pm. The following Thursday I had a genetics exam so i stayed up the entire night for that. Friday I had physiology exam, I would have gone to bed that night, but I had to work from 11pm - 7am.60 hours with legittly no sleep?
How can you do that and function?
Personally I find my ability to function depends on sleeping a fair amount, I've only pulled like 2 legit all-nighters in my academic career...
I did DM the last two years but this year I have a seriously mean workload so I decided to skip out, sadly. I'm probably going to volunteer at the event to make up for my transgressions. Is this your first year in Dance Marathon?^^^
I do dance marathon too at Iowa
did you sign up this year?
Yes, that's happening for me this week. I stayed up all night on saturday so now my sleep schedule is all screwed up. I end up falling asleep at like 3pm and waking up at 10pm. Then I stay up for the rest of the night and do it all over again. I'm trying my hardest not to fall asleep today. Feels bad man.Staying on topic (ish), has anybody gotten the feeling they're so busy their days are blurring? As in, you're not really having Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays anymore, just one huge 120-hour day with periodic 8-hour naps?
Just out of curiosity what's the longest you have gone without sleep? And why? For me it was last semester about 60 hours, I had like 3 big exams over three days and a lot of assignments, home-work due, post away.
So you slept only 6 hours in 2.5 weeks?I was part of a study many many years ago where the goal was to see how people functioned on little to no sleep. I was allowed 20 minutes of sleep per night. And yes, I had to go about my normal routine as best I could (luckily I did not drive at the time.)
I lasted about 2.5 weeks.