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Only need a couple hours of sleep after speed

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- Mon, 23 May 2022 10:32:21 EST Nj+f2XDQ No.300031
File: 1653316341661.png -(114302B / 111.62KB, 800x533) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Only need a couple hours of sleep after speed
I've noticed that sleeping 4-6 hours is enough after a day of using speed (moderate use - but still like a party drug, not medicinal).

Now, this research shows that a dopamine kick can help you switch to REM sleep in an instant.
www.drugdiscoverynews.com/a-dopamine-kick-switches-non-rem-to-rem-sleep-15412

Since speed is mainly just releasing dopamine for you, could it be that by the time we get to bed we're going straight into REM? Thus we get the "useful" part of sleeping while skipping the non-REM?

Anybody else notice this?
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Mirror_Neurons on Pornhub - Fri, 17 Jun 2022 03:07:52 EST Cwav9Dg9 No.300106 Reply
>>300031
There;s no evidence to confirm an economy of on/off switches that will maintain a brain efficiency contingent system of processes set up to react to dopamine levels.

>Since speed is mainly just releasing dopamine for you
Nope. The entire physiological systems, from the entire brain to particular neuro-chemicals, of which, dopamine is but one of a multitude of effects. integrated with systems as big and away as the metabolism, to central nervous system itself-indeed the entire body. The drug's effects span the body, range from equilibrium maintenance systems to the whole brain. So, no..

Did this obvious post make you feel kinda like you dabbled in brain science theory? Like, you might decide to develop it one day. Brain science problems solved using... uh, the self referential coincidences of grammar to solve, or create applicable empirical findings which take on the long standing problems plaguing neuroscience ...and actually, many other fields of study too?

No, that's not how science, nor reading, nor English, nor blogs, nor dopamine, nor in any other of the countless other ways, my friend, nor "speed" (that's to use rhetorical quotes-which you used to make reference to an implied proposition. But you only made knowledge referring only to yourself. So, you you don't even know what you don't know you should know that the most elementary knowledge renders your implication null, void, and unrelated to what it implicates. And you also did so without reference to science, the scientific establishments, or without understanding any of it's discourse-well, that's remarkable...

So there are people out there, who are willing to attempt this via a logic derived just from one specific news source's grammatical arrangement coincidences ...all this nothing... just so you can either fool others (to what perverse end? a very weird one, or (Jesus) with some explanation or reason.
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G_eekn - Sat, 18 Jun 2022 23:46:55 EST I3DRaN0k No.300112 Reply
>>300031
Piggybacking off this one cause dead board makes me sad
Anyways, lately I've found that even after a tiny little banger every day I still can sleep and some times I'll even still kinda feel it the next day
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Hannah Gonninggold - Sun, 19 Jun 2022 03:12:32 EST /JtpiwhS No.300116 Reply
All of sleep is needed.
The first half of sleep is mainly focused on the deep-slow wave cycles which repairs the physical body.
The latter half of sleep is when we get more REM sleep which helps our mind and memory.
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G_eekn - Sun, 19 Jun 2022 14:51:07 EST I3DRaN0k No.300119 Reply
>>300112
Me again. Got some sleep def more than 8 hours but not feeling myself. I managed to ignore the fiendish craving that had started to be a daily thing for me after my Fent comedown / switch back to bupe. God, I hate living this way... I'm so hopeless
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G_eekn - Sun, 19 Jun 2022 14:53:05 EST I3DRaN0k No.300120 Reply
>>300119
Maybe I'll just keep off the ice unless I really really need a little zinger of energy. I Almost feel like tired after using it and unmotivated. Maybe I'm add ADHD or I'm not using enough. It's a slippery slope taking ahem "responsible" doses though, ya know?
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Esther Ginkinled - Mon, 20 Jun 2022 00:28:18 EST eHZyym57 No.300121 Reply
>>300120
There are a lot better ways to improve wellbeing, energy levels, and motivation.
Go to one of Dhamma's 10-day vipassana retreats.

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