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> Effects of an "inverted" sleep schedule?, sleep during daylight
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post May 12, 2017, 04:28 AM
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Hi.

Has science found out what the short and long-term effects are on a person who sleeps from, say 6am-3pm while wearing an eyemask, and then is awake all through the late hours of the night like 12am up till 6am, usually while staring at artificial monitor light?

How does this affect one's circadian rhythm?
Vitamin production?
Neurotransmitter synthesis?

What do you folks know about this? Please share.

Thank you
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