The above comment comes from one of many Diggers who are discussing a study between “early birds” and “night owls”. In short, the study revealed that night owls were more focused on a mental task 10.5 hours after waking compared to early birds who did the same task 10.5 hours after waking. Based on this, one could assume that night owls get more out of sleeping in and working late into the early morning compared to their early bird counterparts.

I quite enjoyed reading the other comments on Digg as it’s always nice to know there are others out there like me. We’re constantly forcing ourselves to go to sleep earlier than we want to because some external factor (school or work) prevents us getting into our preferred sleep schedule.

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