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  • ...e period of non-REM sleep that normally characterizes the beginning of the sleep period.<ref name="eon" /> After REM debt is accumulated enough, it's common to have SOREM in the beginning of [[naps
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  • Recovery is a method of repaying [[wikipedia:Sleep_debt|sleep debt]] by sleeping mostly without alarms and minimal restrictions. * Before the adaptation. This reduces pre-existing sleep debt, which generally makes adaptation [[Special:MyLanguage/4-Stages Adaptation
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  • Recovery is a method of repaying [[wikipedia:Sleep_debt|sleep debt]] by sleeping mostly without alarms and minimal restrictions. * Before the adaptation. This reduces pre-existing sleep debt, which generally makes adaptation [[Special:MyLanguage/4-Stages Adaptation
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  • ...lar and up-to-date model of polyphasic [[Template:Adaptation to Polyphasic Sleep|adaptation]] at present, which was developed by the polyphasic community. ...which are based on a similar mechanisms to Segmented sleep. [[Monophasic]] sleep became popular relatively recently, after the industrial revolution ''[cita
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  • A lack of sleep is known to cause weight gain. During [[adaptation]], [[sleep deprivation]] accumulates until it is relieved at the end. During this proc ...ther [[Nap only|nap-only]] schedules, the body remains in a state of sleep debt, causing these metabolic changes to persist. Alternatively, it may also be
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  • ...wever, adaptation isn't the goal, which distinguishes Naptation from other sleep schedules. ...ore starting Naptation, although this step isn't required, since low total sleep time eventually makes it easier to fall asleep.
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  • ...page is to guide you through the material and get started with polyphasic sleep. The easiest way to learn about polyphasic sleep and get advice about starting is by asking in the [http://reddit.com/r/poly
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  • ...page is to guide you through the material and get started with polyphasic sleep. The easiest way to learn about polyphasic sleep and get advice about starting is by asking in the [http://reddit.com/r/poly
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  • ...ks to its position in REM peak. Other naps is likely to contain more light sleep, as well as trace amounts of SWS. ...the same time as the target Uberman schedule, in an attempt to entrain the sleep pattern in advance.
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  • ...personal [[monophasic]] baseline and heavily depends on natural individual sleep tendencies and a stable circadian rhythm. Despite biphasic sleep patterns being common in humans, the schedule did not have any documented a
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  • ...en reached after a long adaptation and after [[wikipedia:Sleep_deprivation|sleep deprivation]] reaches unmanageable levels. ...unts of extra sleep time every day to reduce [[wikipedia:Sleep_deprivation|sleep deprivation]].
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  • '''Trimaxion''' (sometimes known as "Trimax") is a [[Template:Polyphasic Sleep Schedules|schedule]] that combines elements of [[Everyman]] and [[Dymaxion] ...ces the dawn core in [[Bimaxion]] with a 30-minute nap, reducing the total sleep to only 3 hours per day.
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  • ...changes from day to day and can't be categorized into any current specific sleep patterns. ...ariants. Since it inherently has no rules, Random would fit any lifestyle. Sleep may be taken whenever possible or tired enough.
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  • First created and roughly drafted in 2017 in the [[Polyphasic sleep discord|Discord]], it was proposed as a flexible Dual Core counterpart to S ...]] while the second core favors [[wikipedia:Rapid_eye_movement_sleep|REM]] sleep, with the nap(s) providing some REM and alertness boosts. Naps can be taken
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  • ...scheme of polyphasic schedules, E3 has 1 [[Special:MyLanguage/Cores|core]] sleep and 3 [[Special:MyLanguage/naps|naps]].<ref name="pd" /> ...al:MyLanguage/Uberman|Uberman]]. E3 was proposed as a way to adapt to less sleep more easily, while being more in sync with normal daily life without the ne
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  • ...'''Uberman 4''', is an extreme [[Nap only|nap-only]] [[Template:Polyphasic Sleep Schedules|schedule]]<ref name="sharif" />, which contains four 20-minute [[ ...ry 6 hours) and no cores, allowing for a total of 1 hour and 20 minutes of sleep per day, the smallest amount for any recognised schedule. It can also be co
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  • ...scheme of polyphasic schedules, E3 has 1 [[Special:MyLanguage/Cores|core]] sleep and 3 [[Special:MyLanguage/naps|naps]].<ref name="pd" /> ...al:MyLanguage/Uberman|Uberman]]. E3 was proposed as a way to adapt to less sleep more easily, while being more in sync with normal daily life without the ne
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  • ...[[wikipedia:Rapid_eye_movement_sleep|REM]] sleep with minor reductions in sleep quality. ...-day basis. Each core sleep helps provide the needed amount of SWS and REM sleep as well as maintain alertness.
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  • ...nd 4 [[naps]] to be scheduled each day. At 2 hours and 50 minutes of total sleep, it is an extremely difficult schedule and very few have been able to adapt ...apid_eye_movement_sleep|light sleep]]. However, unlike on [[E3]], the core sleep is simply not long enough to cover an average 90-120 minute SWS requirement
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  • E1 is the first [[Special:MyLanguage/Template:Polyphasic Sleep Schedules|schedule]] in the [[Special:MyLanguage/Everyman|Everyman]] line, ...e/sleep_presure|sleep pressure]] generated from a shortened nocturnal core sleep.
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