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Scheduling The Four-Day Work Week

I hit escape & lost my train of thought!

GDF his early-onset Alzheimer's! Even today I had problems filling out a time sheet.

As for my memory, it was totally losing short-term mainly because when one is chronically fatigued, the brain shuts down unnecessary parts to the point where you have to fight off sleep.

(Mentally inhales more useless facts in brain)

High blood sugar definitely leads to lack of tolerance to insomnia. Thus insulin & insomnia may be related in inverse proportion to each other.

High insulin levels should result in insomnia, while low blood sugar in the blood stream lead to the wakeful hyper-vigilant as in fasting.

In actual fact, this is untrue. It is a moderate blood sugar level leads to less insomnia and better quality of sleep.

If you wish to benefit from dropping down to deep sleep, then try a 36-12 sleep wake cycle like our ancestor did during our species' prehistory.

For men and women with such a sleep schedule had a big advantage over humanoids who stuck to 8 hours of sleep, but slowly starved to death since their smarter co-descendants "stole" all their food.

It also appears that the First Nations people may have used a slash and burn method of agriculture which led later to famine and massive migration.

Indeed, that could have been what brought First Nations people to the Americas. As they slashed and burned across Eurasia (Central Asia), they left behind ecological devastation in their wake.

It is most likely that Homo sapiens neanderthalii slept their way to extinction, which their genomes to be added to the sapiens sapiens humanoid who are our direct ancestors.

IMO it probably was a short sleep period during rest which cause neanderthals to die out.

Quite possibly, the reason elderly people get insomnia is because both the pancreas and mild obesity worked together to cause hypoglycemia complete with anxiety (and depression when one crashes after being up 36 hours.

Consequently, it would be beneficial to go to bed at 8 PM the following day if one has been awake at or about 8 AM the previous day.

I.e. If one got up at 7:30 AM, then it's best to go to bed at 7:30 PM the following day.

This gives the individual an advantage over people who sleep eight hours a night; i.e. 36 hours of Go time versus 16 for the average person, and 12 hours of no-Go time versus 8 hours.

In four days, the fellow on a 36 hours on Go followed by 12 hours on no-Go will have amassed 40 more hours of productivity than the average person does.

That time is equivalent to a full-time work week in just 4 days!

What about the other 3 days? Well, rest and recreation to relax the body.

I wish for a job with those kinds of hours!!!

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