When the light starts to fade in the evening is when I start feeling it. A rush of heightened awareness, a palpable sense of increased IQ, like my brain is a Sim City growing on fast forward. Daytime's rural village of slow-talking neurons explodes into a bustling metropolis full of taxis, neon signs, and hot jazz. The sundown rush, I can confirm after years of experimentation, is unrelated to anything I might have imbibed, inhaled, or ingested. If anything, it feels like my morning coffee fully, finally, kicked in. Science is just waking up to why this might be a feature of my brain I can't and shouldn't try to change, at least not until I reach old age.
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Is Being A Night Owl Keeping You Single?
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Yet another study has come along to finally, hopefully, with fingers crossed, explain to you and all the other singles out there why you're just that: single. This time researchers took a look at sleep patterns, night owls specifically, and declared a resounding, "Voila! The Comparative Human Development at the University of Chicago studied a group of night owls to see how that way of living affects their life. Not only was it found that those who keep such odd hours have higher energy, but their arousability, at least in comparison to those to who go to bed at a regular hour, was also really high. According to personal matchmaker, Julie Ferman , these finding that night owls are more likely to be single, or in and out of short-term relationships , should really not come as any surprise:.