How to Sleep 8 Hours in 4 Hours in Urdu, Hindi & English
9am-10am: Do some morning yoga/stretching, eat, and shower. I make it a rule to not check email until at least 10am when I’m ready to start attacking the work day.
10am-12pm: I save this block of time for the most important thing on my to do list in any particular day. Some days it can be meetings, calls, or answering emails. Other days it could be scheduling social content, creating social ad campaigns, or even expense reporting.
12pm-2pm: Reading, researching, and engaging fans across dozens of social communities (personal, client, and our own brand.) This requires more time than you would think, I personally manage over dozens of accounts with large communities.
2pm-3pm: Lunch/meeting schedule block.
3pm-4pm: Emails, calls, meetings.
4pm-6pm: Gym, lifting and cardio.
7pm-8pm: Power nap.
8pm-10pm: Down time. I usually read, listen to music, or spend time with friends and family depending on the day.
10pm-1am: Chatting with my team (usually on Facebook) about what was accomplished, what our plans for tomorrow are, and general conversation.
1am-4/5am: Solitude. Aka getting shit done. No distractions across email, social media, and the real world. This time of night is when I have my best ideas, write (this post for example), or learn. In the peace and solitude I can center my focus on any problem and come up with a creative solution.
4/5am- 9am: Sleep.
You know how everyone says that 8 hours is the amount of sleep you need every night? Well, there was a study at UCSD that showed that as far as health benefits are concerned, 8 hours isn’t the ideal; it’s actually 6.5.2 The study looked at 1.1 million people’s sleep over the course of 6 years, and looked at the relationship between amount of sleep and patients’ longevity. The study found that sleeping as little as 5 hours per night is better for you than sleeping 8, and it even determined that insomnia is better for you, long-term health wise, than taking sleeping pills.
It depends at what time are you planning to sleep those 4 hours twice and do you wake up naturally or with alarm while sleeping 8 hours.
Our ancestors slept that way, they had first and second sleep. They went to bed around 8.30 pm. Fell asleep. Around 2.30 am they woke up. Then they grabbed coats and visitted their neighbors. When it was cold then they read, prayed. Everything changed at the age of electricity. Sleeping twice a night was completely ubiquitous.
So if you would like to do that, sure you can try. But it might be hard because of electricity which stops secretion of melatonin in the evening. We don’t live in 18th or 19th century. There is a study which shows that without light (15 participants were closed in a dark room) your sleep pattern changes to the one I decribed above, but those people had no electricity, as I said, we don’t live in 18th century any more. If you think about polyphasic sleep, I wouldn’t recommend it.
- clock alarm can disturb your sleep pattern, if you wake up after 4 hours in wrong sleep stage you shall feel terrible, exhausted and it will be unhealthy for you. You should wake up naturally.
- if you aren’t able to fall asleep after 30 minutes, don’t continue, get up and do something. Further trying will only frustrate you.
Another problem is that you are 14 years old. For your age group you should sleep between 8 to 10 hours, however 7 and 11 may be appropriate. I wouldn’t recommend you to try this now. You can heavily destroy your sleep cycle, circadian rhythm and biological clock.