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  1. Hello, I'm Ojith. I'm new to the Forum. I need you guys ideas and explanations on my doubt. I usually work at night. Means about 10PM-3AM. I can and I have an ability to focus my mind exactly on the work I need to do other than day. So, I usually sleep at 3:30 AM & Wake up at about 9AM. It suites my day to day routine. But, I feel uncomfortable and I actually feels lazy and can't focus on work. But, I need to know about is it okay or not to, "Sleep in the Day & Work at Night". Do I actually need to sleep during 12AM-8AM? IS it essential? Do they cause any Health Issues? Is there any
  2. Hello all, I wondered whether healthy living could be about living on the "at the edge of chaos", meaning; finding the balance between variation-, and stability in daily activities. I believe that variation requires mental effort and physical effort, improving your adaptation qualities. And we know that variation is often recommended with diet (microbiotica), physical activity, and mental activities. But on the other hand stability gives control and rest , some robustness and uniqueness (like habitual loops, and regular sleep cycles, which are also recommended). Nevertheless, we should keep
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