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Do a lot of Perlmonks suffer from insomnia and, if so, do they find that during such bouts that they can get lots of programming/work done?

I have the occassional bout of insomnia, though less after cutting way back on caffiene and figuring out that B vitamins after 3pm were a no-no. I thought I was getting productive coding done late at night, but finally had to admit that much of my debugging time was going toward fixing those occasional late-night efforts. So when insomnia strikes now, I either pop a Melatonin, or catch up on surfing or light reading.


Later: Insomnia pays a visit, so it's off to the Monestary until the Melatonin kicks in.

In reply to Re: Insomnia as a route to programming productivity? by dws
in thread Insomnia as a route to programming productivity? by Elgon

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