I know I am a B- but I donŽt think IŽll make a new thread.( or moderaters feel free to move me
Kristin wrote that she had started to sleep in darkness- I havnŽt read this book but it sounds interesting- from the info I have got ( and my knowledge from archeology).
I have started this week to darken my bedroom- my neighbour keeps his lights on all night- it is really annoying- so I made new curtains. And yes I did sleep better the last nights.
I used to sleep from 10 to 7 -no problem - but the last years I have to get up at 6 - It irritates me a lot since- I only wake up natural at 6 in the midsummer. TRhe rest of the time it is a hazzle fo me to get up- I hardly ever feel fresh. At the same time I have found my life so stressfull - that I find it hard to go to bed before 11- and I know I need more that 7 hours of sleep in the winter.
I have decide to fix my sleeping habit before anything else.
I seem to do best inthe months april/may and august/september: I feel so energized and good theese months
I wonder if it is becourse of the natural daylenght of 12- 13 hours in theese months here in Denamrk.
But what are one to do in winter when day is so short?- Accept that night is longer than in the summertime?
And what about in the summer when the night is just 5 hours or so- sleep in complete darkness? or accept that you might be ok with 7 hours sleep ?
What about women and moonlight?
I have always loved to sleep without curtains- liked when the moon showed its bluish light once a month.
My friend told me that she was adviced from her ND to sleep in darkness in all days- except days around fullmoon- to regulate her fertility ???
I would really apreciate some thought on this lights out theory- since I believe this is not a matter that differ from bloodtype to bloodtype- but is pretty universal for all bt ???
Is the book worth buying?
- we do not have it at the library here.