- Aug 11, 2003
it just relaxes me and if i need to see i can always just turn on my flashlight. omg i love this time of year. its not hot its dark i can control what i see
Thank you. Now I have an excuse for being fat. It's Monocrom's fault, for shining his flashlight in my windows. Oooooh, someone is in trouble with my missus! You better run fasssst, Monocrom!I don't like having artificial lights in the background when I go to sleep. I've slept enough when it's light out that sleeping in the dark is a nice luxury for me. It's also natural. We didn't have light at night unless it was firelight or candle light for the last couple thousands of years. (Unless you live by the Northern Lights.) Bright light at night is unnatural and works against our bodies sleep patterns and messes up our hormones, tricking it into thinking we're living in a perpetual autumn, which floods your body with ghrelin and cortisol (to name a few) which make you gain fat and slow down your metabolism.
Being overweight affects your sleep negatively, and having bad sleep affects your weight. It's a vicious cycle. Pretty much only thing to fix it is starve yourself until your body converts it all into fuel. World record fast was a guy that went over 1 year without eating. https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/78789-longest-survival-without-foodThank you. Now I have an excuse for being fat. It's Monocrom's fault, for shining his flashlight in my windows. Oooooh, someone is in trouble with my missus! You better run fasssst, Monocrom!