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sammie20 sammie20 26-30, F 19 Answers Nov 22, 2012 in Health

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Black-colored blackout curtains to make bedroom dark during day; Also need to mask daytime sound with ocean waves or something.

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Sleep in. Seriously, I dunno. I never really had to "adjust" to working nights.

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Amphetamines will keep you awake but......forget it,just speed,forget work and see where it takes you!Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!!!!

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Tin foil on the window... and a radio set too low white noise too try too block out the daytime noises

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its more fun cuz everyone else is asleep- i'm a midnight owl

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eye mask. you can get them really cheap on ebay.

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I worked nights for 25 years, and never adjusted. In fact, I don't know of anyone who did adjust to it.

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Don't go out with friends in the day... Go to sleep! Put your phone on silent because all the people you used to know don't exist to you in your new world while you learn to adjust.

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don't do it for too long, trying to adjust back to a daytime schedule is hell

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I have been doing it for years, and it is against my natural rhythm. However, you can mitigate the damage to your body and mind by deciding what your sleep hours will be and sticking to them. Try your best to keep close enough hours on your days off. Also, buy some blackout curtains. And those noise headphones if you have to.

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meditate and summon strength

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I was never able to do it. I had to quit the one job I had that was a night job.

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**cringes in horror**

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Try having a few hours in the morning and go back to bed for a couple of hours before your shift starts. Nights are never easy .Good luck

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