Coolor weather / seasonal shift in sleep
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Is there a graph or chart that shows the average amount of sleep changing with the seasons? I find that I love fall weather, I'm just in the zone! There's nothing else like it, and well, I'll let you know if I'm sleeping more, or quality seems better in a couple months. It's gonna be so cool!
I love fall weather too! I wish we'd get some in Los Angeles. People definitely sleep longer in the wintertime, and I think they probably don't sleep long enough. With all the data trackers out there we should start seeing some really interesting things soon.
Tungsten_smooth last edited by Tungsten_smooth
Awesome. I was told it's coolor (usually in the 70 degrees) in most parts of California -- I've been there once, the beach ocean water was extremely cold (maybe 50 degrees or colder, springtime). What's this about not getting fall weather?
Fall weather comes later here anyway, but this summer has been a record-breaker (like in many places). And we're probably about to get whacked with an El Nino year which brings hot humid air and many storms: