Ubersleep (the Polyphasic Sleep Book)


Nap-Based Sleep Schedules and the Polyphasic Lifestyle

Print format ~ EBook format ~ Kindle format

Now in its Second Edition! 

Ubersleep 2nd Edition Cover

The new edition contains almost 100 pages of new content, a fresh (and gorgeous) redesign inside and out, and a real e-reader-compatible electronic format (as opposed to a PDF, which was totally cutting-edge electronic format back in 2008, ::cough::)  Experimentation and research compiled in the years since the First Edition has led to new sections on physical effects, compatibility of polyphasic sleep with jobs and athletic lifestyles, and more!

More Information:

There are approximately a million posts on my website about polyphasic sleep!  You can see more basic information on the schedules, my experience with them, and a somewhat-sorted list of all the other stuff on the POLYPHASIC SLEEP INFORMATION PORTAL.


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31 Responses to Ubersleep (the Polyphasic Sleep Book)

  1. Danny Flood says:

    Hi Puredoxyk, been enjoying reading your blog and following the last few months, been learning a lot. I’ve been following a simple daily siesta schedule for the last several years and it has worked wonders for me, and I’ve been seriously considering the transition to Everyman but only if it makes sense with my schedule.

    I had one question though – whenever I go out late (say after 1am or so), I can’t for the life of me fall asleep. Whether I drink alcohol or not seems to make no difference. If I miss my usual bedtime by a few hours, my body says, “OK, then we’re not going to sleep at all, let’s just stay awake all night.” I can’t rest at all, just lying in a coma halfway between awake and sleep.

    Also – to make matters worse, I can’t even take a nap the next day. I’ve been searching around a lot online to find a solution but haven’t found anything conclusive yet. So I thought I’d ask if you have any suggestion for me.

    Thank you for all that you do :)

    Danny from Bangkok, Thailand

  2. Alex fortin says:

    Great article! I just published my experience with polyphasic sleep. Check it out here: http://www.alexfortin.com/polyphasic-sleep-schedule/ Let me know what you think :)

    Alex Fortin

    • puredoxyk says:

      Alex – your site’s combination of marketing and poor grammar is pretty much the antithesis of everything I stand for.  Your research seems spotty and I didn’t see much about *how* you planned to make your new sleep schedule work, so I’m dubious; but I wish you the best of luck anyway.  -PD

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