I travel a fair bit for my work. I'm not constantly on the move, but a couple of weeks in south asia, followed by a couple in New York, followed by a couple in Europe, would not be unimaginable.
Does anyone know of any polyphasers who have experimented with schedules that can work over multiple time zones, taking into account things like travel, or adaptation to new circadian rhythms because of sunlight shifts etc?
I'm thinking uberman (provided the times between sleeps were consistent or even equidistant) might be more adaptable for multiple time zones than everyman.
But i wanted to check in case someone has had a chance to try this out? Obviously, the adaptation phase would preferably all be done in the same time zone.
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I think that is completely a personal thing. My wife cannot sleep when the sun is up and has trouble staying awake after it sets.