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Sleep and College

How often do you walk into Allegro, Java Crew, or Dutch Bros to find sleepless college students ordering espresso or chugging Red Bull?

I, for one, find this to be a daily occurrence. 373 more words

WOU

EP Review - Go Native - Sleep Patterns

Go Native are a fascinating new prospect from Manchester consisting of Nick Toone, Catherine Bebbington, Alex Kirk and Joe Freegard. They are producers of some open and refined synth pop with added grandeur and atmospheric stirring and with those such as New Order’s Peter Hook speaking highly of them, then you’d think they are certainly worth a look. 434 more words

Go Native - Sleep Patterns EP

Released:  05 April 2014 (Scruff of the Neck Records)

Sleep Patterns is the debut EP from Manchester based Go Native. Formed in 2013, they have already secured key support slots for Peter Hook & the Light, Death in Vegas and Swiss Lips, as well as positions as at Manchester Pride and Tramlines Festivals. 480 more words

EP Review: Atom Heart - 'Sleep Patterns'

After their success with their single ‘Atom Heart’, Go Native have released their debut EP Sleep Patterns, which is a promising piece of work. 436 more words

Unsigned/Independent Music

Ask your doctor if Shift Work Disorder is right for you

Last week, we were watching TV, and a commercial about “shift work disorder” came on.  A rugged older gentleman in a flannel shirt was explaining about how he hadn’t realized how his job might be affecting his sleep patterns and quality of life, until his doctor asked him what hours he works.  774 more words

Janitorial Work

Video: Go Native - Atom Heart

Lauded by none other than the legendary Peter Hook, Manchester, UK’s Go Native will release their debut EP, Sleep Patterns, on 5 April. In advance of the release, the band has issued a video for “Atom Heart,” the EP’s first single. 29 more words

New Music

Mr. Sandman

What kind of sleeper are you? Do you drop off like a stone and awaken refreshed, or do you need pitch black and silence to drift off to dream? 35 more words

Postaday

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It is said that habits of childhood are what shapes our lives as adults. Understanding this reasoning from the wisdom of my (yikes) advanced ages, makes you appreciate all the work my parents’ and caregivers’ put in to modulate my sisters’ and my behaviour. But alas, in several departments I was quite the disappointment to my very schedule-oriented and disciplined parents... sleeping and waking up at a set time. I again (to spell my age would make me sad, but...) see and appreciate the symmetry of disciplining your life such that you go to bed and wake at a certain time consistently to ensure maximum productivity. But I have never been able to slide to sleep smoothly. In my younger days (ok...going to find some synonyms...) I was quite the sportswoman... (well girl...) and after putting a full day that exhausted you both mentally and physically, it was quite possible to slide into sleep with ease. Later though, probably as an extension of teenage rebellion, I used to sneak past curfew to read books... any and all books that I could get my hands on. This meant that I was often awake into the wee hours of the morning, grabbed a couple of hours of sleep and woke up again to have another go at it all. This continued for years and therefore has set such a strong pattern that changing it about to sleep at the end of a day now at an hour that resembles night more than morning seems neigh impossible. [caption id="attachment_290" align="alignleft" width="300"]counting sheep to no avail... counting sheep to no avail...[/caption] Counting hordes (is it hordes for sheep???) of sheep jumping fences, people roulette, to-do lists, music, tv shows, movies are all options I try in vain and then eventually fall into an exhausted sleep that feels hopelessly inadequate when the alarm goes off early in the morning. The sobering realization  brought about by the presence of my schedule-happy partner who slides into sleep at midnight regardless of the location and is half a dozen hours later , has finally given me another incentive to turn it around for me. Also, having numerous interests, challenges, priorities and responsibilities as balls that have to be kept constantly in motion have made me realize the importance of working with a broad-based and regular schedule that will make all of it a little simpler, and me easier to live with !! ;) :)