Does sleeping all day and staying up all night screw up you're body ? I just don't feel well lately and I was curious if anyone else has this problem where sometimes their trying to say something but their jaw like jolts funny, its so weird and I think its just a stutter but some information would be helpful considering I worrying about everything :(
I would think that if you are a night shift worker, sooner or later your body would adjust to the sleeping schedule that you have. Not much is known from your post especially as to the why you are sleeping upside down...
Depends on the person -- we all have different body clocks. Most animal life is geared to operate in the light and quiet in the dark, but humans have artificially altered this pattern for centuries, so again, it depends on your personal body clock.
Well I have this same problem, not the jaw thing (I don't think, so sorry can't help with that), But I stay up almost all night, and sleep most of the day. This is more of a message of relation rather than giving advice, sorry at my age you can't really give that much advice. :) Anyway, I know it physically and mentally has been damaging me, buts that's probably because I am so worried about school work (which I know is probably nothing compared to the outside world)... But it's not easy as it is now. Anyway, I hope all goes well soon. :)
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