Recreational Sleep Deprivation...

Discussion in 'Pandora's Box' started by LulzMaximus, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Who else does this? It's just such a strange, out of body feeling that i enjoy... it's fun to hallucinate sometimes :D
     
  2. How long do you stay awake for to achieve this?

    I'm slowly becoming an insomniac not by choice but I'm getting to the stage where I'm thinking about just going with it and picking up some sort of night time hobby or activity instead of trying to force myself to sleep.

    I fear that if I do this I will never sleep again though
     
  3. Usually an all nighter can provide for a sufficiently odd day. Usually the effects begin to take place at 24 hours, the most i've made it to is about 40 hours. No frightening hallucinations, but shadows dance, you have a strange body high, and you tend to either ramble or not say anything. You are also very prone to spacing out and continuous apathy.
     
  4. [quote name='"LulzMaximus"']Usually an all nighter can provide for a sufficiently odd day. Usually the effects begin to take place at 24 hours, the most i've made it to is about 40 hours. No frightening hallucinations, but shadows dance, you have a strange body high, and you tend to either ramble or not say anything. You are also very prone to spacing out and continuous apathy.[/quote]

    I can say I do this every now and then and it makes for a rather interesting day I must say!
     
  5. I used to when I was younger. Now a days I just cant be bothered to fuck with my sleep cycle.
     
  6. Years ago I had a very flexible sleep cycle. My day is fucked if I don't sleep enough now.
     
  7. No....
    When you go to uni and hold down a job, staying up all night just to feel loopy is simply not worth it, at all.
     
  8. Yeah seems immmature to be honest lol. I have a job and go to school also and I work out almost 6 days a week and getting enough sleep is really important.
     
  9. Pretty sure I am experiencing it right now. Been sleeping like shit lately.
     
  10. What a stupid thing to do.
     
  11. Never on purpose, but as an insomniac it happens sometimes.
     
  12. I don't like the feeling, and I haven't ever done it intentionally for that reason. It's also pretty unhealthy. Take that into consideration.
     
  13. Not sleeping is actually much worse for you and your health than you might think. I love sleep, I do it as much as I can; being in college and having a job, I don't get as much as I'd like, so I gotta savor that shit.
     
  14. Dude you should try water deprivation!! Or oxygen, which ever natural selection prefers..
     

  15. Pretty much. My seasonal job starts on the 10th and from then until November 5th my schedule is 11 on 3 off, I'm in bed by 10 every night lol.
     
  16. I would have to agree with other people, I think that's immature. I know people who stay up all night doing video games and they are losers who have no life and usually mooch off others and feel they don't have agenda or goals.

    I feel sorry for the insomniacs they truly suffer and though I don't have it I have experienced sleepless nights. Just few days ago I had two days of little sleep. I slept 2 hours first night and 4 hours the next. That on top of eating quiet literally nothing for two days was really wearing on my already suffering underweight stressed out body. On top of stomach pain from issues as well as lady problems. Trust me it's a dark and miserable alley to go down. The next meal I had I literally felt my body coming back from the brink to life. Like a car running out of gas.
     
  17. Once when I was younger I went without sleep on a school trip for a day or so. Saw a 15 foot tall quadbike bombing down the motorway for about a second. If that's all I'll hallucinate it's just not worth it. I'll occasionally pull all-nighters now, but it's never for fun.
     
  18. [quote name='"SnowCappedHills"']I would have to agree with other people, I think that's immature. I know people who stay up all night doing video games and they are losers who have no life and usually mooch off others and feel they don't have agenda or goals.

    I feel sorry for the insomniacs they truly suffer and though I don't have it I have experienced sleepless nights. Just few days ago I had two days of little sleep. I slept 2 hours first night and 4 hours the next. That on top of eating quiet literally nothing for two days was really wearing on my already suffering underweight stressed out body. On top of stomach pain from issues as well as lady problems. Trust me it's a dark and miserable alley to go down. The next meal I had I literally felt my body coming back from the brink to life. Like a car running out of gas.[/quote]

    Haha man u just described my day. Hungover got 3 hrs of sleep. Sick to my stomach so i didn't eat. Just a ate a giant place or rice chicken and beans. Its like i could feel my blood vessels widen and my body rehydrate
     
  19. Get off your fucking high horses. "Wow, this guy like to alter his perspective in a way I disagree with. What a jackass!". As stoners, I thought most off you would at least be respectful of such a decision, if not tolerate it.

    It's not like I go on sleep deprivation benders err day. For personal reasons, I honestly don't have many responsibilities as of late and want to take advantage of the situation while I still can. When I'm selling my soul for a salary I won't be able to experiment with my mind extensively.

    As a true psychonaut, I strive to view the world from all viewpoints, whether that be positive, neutral, or negative. Sleep deprivation is not "fun", or euphoric in anyway. It makes you feel disconnected, slow, with minor delirium. It is not for every jackass who wants to get fucked up and party.

    'Spect.
     
  20. Don't worry about it man, if someone has a problem with it who cares? It's stupid to judge someone over the internet anyhow.

    I stayed up for an entire weekend once. It got pretty bad at the end, no fun at all IMO. I just told everyone i would so i stuck it out. Sat down in a chair Sunday night not even meaning to fall asleep, next thing i know 12 hours have gone by...
     
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