What's the longest you've gone without sleep /b/?
What effects did you feel?
I feel like doing an experiment.
>visual and auditory hallucinations
>literally dreaming with my eyes open
couldn't tell reality apart
>staying awake to kill braincells you'll never get back
>I feel like doing an experiment.
Go in blind, you ninny.
That girl is cute.
do you think i had a choice in the matter. For a few minutes i was sleep running.
I've had a similar experience but from a long period of getting little sleep.
Hallucinations, suddenly opening your eyes not aware when you closed them.
Minutes passing by like hours.
Bones and joints aching.
What's with all the "accidental" wrong board posts on here recently? Is it a new form of shitposting?
It's shitposting and always will be.
30 hours. I started hearing subtle sounds like squeaks and other weird shit. Other then that I just felt so drained all I could do was sit and stare.
Would not recommend it
>What effects did you feel?
Go to bed, OP.
Why do you come to /a/ and then respond to threads like this?
holy fuck , why must've you remember me
The paranoia really starts to set in.
What do they do?
The longest I've stayed awake was probably 32~ hours. Went for about 60 hours on very, very minimal sleep.
My eyes would open without me realizing they were closed.
I felt like I was having out of body experiences where I was on auto-pilot and couldn't do anything a lot. Sometimes I wouldn't even really be concious and I'll just "wake up" and find out that I walked a bit too far or waved at someone.
My speech was slurred.
My body felt heavy.
I'd hear people talking and strange noises.
It felt like I was lagging and couldn't react to things properly.
My feet and hands felt cold which was especially weird because I live in a tropical climate.
My memory was fucking awful and I couldn't concentrate on anything.
It's strange that we don't have a clear idea of why we sleep. If it IS basically brain defrag it doesn't really explain the more physical symptoms you experience from sleep deprivation. It's pretty fun.
>almost an hour
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Slow clap for the mods, everyone.