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So basically I couldnt find another board to put this so if im in the wrong section that would be alright to let me know. I have a plan, I am in high school at the moment and am basically a night owl and I play video games on my computer at night and it's how I enjoy it as a human being. With that being said I want to change my schedule to start sleeping at 4 PM and wake up whenever and then being able to play video games and then go to school and come home and sleep after school. I know this would cause tiredness near the end of the day but that's okay anyways. I do pay attention in class but I have a gym class during 1st Hour so that would benefit my physical activities because I would wide awake.
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replied January 20th, 2015
Welcome to e health forum.

Any change in the day - Night cycle of sleeping is going to affect your ability to live and work productively.

If you plan to play and work at night and then go to school in the morning, without proper rest, you may not be able to concentrate at school.

But, any person with determination to work hard and achieve his / her goals can make anything happen.

So good luck to you.

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