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Biphasic & Polyphasic Sleep

An average person spends about a third of their lives sleeping. Most people follow a monophasic sleep schedule which involves 7 to 8 hours of continuous sleep. However, there are other different sleep schedules that can replace your sleep routine.
Let’s dig into it:

Biphasic

There are 2 types of Biphasic sleep:

  • Segmented Sleep which consists of sleeping two times for 3 to 4 hours at night, it is considered to be the most natural sleeping pattern. A segmented sleeper generally sleeps between 6 to 8 hours a day.

  • Siesta Sleep involves a period of sleep of 5 to 6 hours during the night and a 20 to 90 minute nap in the early afternoon. This form of sleep is considered healthier than monophasic by scientists. A Siesta sleeper usually sleeps between 5 to 7 hours a day.

Triphasic

This sleep plan consists of taking 3 long naps of 90 mins during the day that line up with a 24 hour cycle of a living being. One nap should be taken an hour or two after dusk, one nap should be taken 30 minutes to an hour before dawn and the last one should be taken between 1pm and 4pm.


Biphasic & Triphasic Sleep Schedule


Dual Core Sleep

This sleeping schedule has the benefits of both segmented sleep and siestas and it is theoretically very heathy. There are 3 types of Dual Core Sleep: 1 nap, 2 naps or 3 naps. The first one consists of 3.5 hours of a major sleep episode, 1.5 hours of a major sleep episode and 1 power nap of 20 minutes during the day. The second one includes 2.5 hours of a major sleep episode, 1.5 hours of a major sleep episode and 2 power naps of 20 minutes during the day. The last one involves 2 sessions of 1.5 hours of major sleep episode, and 3 power naps of 20 minutes during the day.

Dual Core Sleep
 

Everyman Sleep

Nowadays, it’s considered the most successful reduced sleep schedule. You can do the everyman sleep schedule in 3 different ways: 2 naps, 3 naps or 4-5 naps. The first one consists of 4.5 to 6 hours of sleep at night and 2 power naps of 20 minutes during the day. The second one includes 3 to 4 hours of sleep at night and 3 power naps of 20 minutes during the day. The last one involves sleeping 1.5 to 2.5 hours at night and 4-5 power naps.

 Everyman Sleep

Dymaxion Sleep

This sleep schedule is nearly impossible, only the very short sleepers can be successful at doing it (less than 1% of the world). It involves sleeping 4 times (every 6 hours) a day for 30 minutes.

Uberman Sleep

One of the most commonly attempted and failed polyphasic schedules, It involves taking one nap of 20 minutes every 4 hours. While Uberman is extremely difficult, it can have great benefits by increasing drastically the amount of time during a day a person can have.


Dymaxion & Uberman Sleep Schedules

In order to be able to adjust to any of these different sleep schedules, it is absolutely necessary to upgrade your bedroom to maximise sleep quality. You will need to be sure to have the best mattress that will support and let you fall a sleep in seconds. The ability to change your sleep schedule will be helped by having a mattress that embraces you.

When falling asleep in the Poly Mattress, you will feel like you are sleeping on a cloud.
Poly Sleep has created the perfect sleeping surface that keeps you comfortable no matter how you sleep. Our mission was to balance the right amount of comfort, support and firmness.
The Poly, a mattress that is made of high quality products at a fair price. Truly one of a kind. Every great morning begins with a good nights’ sleep.
Which type of sleep schedule are you on? (please reply in the comment section)




Dual Core Sleep

This sleeping schedule has the benefits of both segmented sleep and siestas and it is theoretically very heathy. There are 3 types of Dual Core Sleep: 1 nap, 2 naps or 3 naps. The first one consists of 3.5 hours of a major sleep episode, 1.5 hours of a major sleep episode and 1 power nap of 20 minutes during the day. The second one includes 2.5 hours of a major sleep episode, 1.5 hours of a major sleep episode and 2 power naps of 20 minutes during the day. The last one involves 2 sessions of 1.5 hours of major sleep episode, and 3 power naps of 20 minutes during the day.

Dual Core Sleep
 

Everyman Sleep

Nowadays, it’s considered the most successful reduced sleep schedule. You can do the everyman sleep schedule in 3 different ways: 2 naps, 3 naps or 4-5 naps. The first one consists of 4.5 to 6 hours of sleep at night and 2 power naps of 20 minutes during the day. The second one includes 3 to 4 hours of sleep at night and 3 power naps of 20 minutes during the day. The last one involves sleeping 1.5 to 2.5 hours at night and 4-5 power naps.

 Everyman Sleep

Dymaxion Sleep

This sleep schedule is nearly impossible, only the very short sleepers can be successful at doing it (less than 1% of the world). It involves sleeping 4 times (every 6 hours) a day for 30 minutes.

Uberman Sleep

One of the most commonly attempted and failed polyphasic schedules, It involves taking one nap of 20 minutes every 4 hours. While Uberman is extremely difficult, it can have great benefits by increasing drastically the amount of time during a day a person can have.


Dymaxion & Uberman Sleep Schedules

In order to be able to adjust to any of these different sleep schedules, it is absolutely necessary to upgrade your bedroom to maximise sleep quality. You will need to be sure to have the best mattress that will support and let you fall a sleep in seconds. The ability to change your sleep schedule will be helped by having a mattress that embraces you.

When falling asleep in the Poly Mattress, you will feel like you are sleeping on a cloud.
Poly Sleep has created the perfect sleeping surface that keeps you comfortable no matter how you sleep. Our mission was to balance the right amount of comfort, support and firmness.
The Poly, a mattress that is made of high quality products at a fair price. Truly one of a kind. Every great morning begins with a good nights’ sleep.
Which type of sleep schedule are you on? (please reply in the comment section)

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