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  • 72 hours, and I am NEVER doing that again. For those that don't know, about that time, your mind begins to hallucinate. And I was doing that pretty bad. A bunch of us were playing RPGs and computer games in high school and were running on adrenaline and caffeine for most of that. Luckily, I was close to home, and was able to get there safely. I put a sign on my door that said "if you wake me up before XX (16 hours later) you get what you deserve" No one bothered me.



  • 50 hrs working on a college art project i got a A surprisingly, but got home, fell to my knees grabbed a near by pillow and just crashed on my bedroom floor good thing too cause i had to drive later on.



  • @'Tiffany':

    Yeah I had some hallucinations too. Day one you mostly feel kinda like… I want to say a zombie? It's hard to really describe. It's sort of like you're alive but not really there, just kind of existing. I don't know, it's hard to describe. I mean day one without sleep once it finally kicks over past the "I'm tired as shit!" stage and into the zombie stage. You're just suddenly not even tired but you don't feel much of anything, you're just kind of there.

    Yeah. Almost got there, but not quite. Not sure I'd want to.

    Hallucinations do start for some at around day 3 but it's not bad until after around day 5. By then you may as well be on acid or starring in Fight Club, cause there's no telling what's real and what's not. At day 3 if you're having hallucinations it's probably fairly minor but the longer you're up the more your mind starts to lose it. By day 5 you're probably seeing gremlins have a conversation in the back seat of your car and miniature penguins flying around in miniature apache helicopters shooting jelly beans at you.

    Yeah, it was minor hallucinations. I picture it would get pretty bad.

    I've had some injuries that provide the same auditory, and extra-sensory hallucinations. I reflexively react with a jerk, a darting look, or a jump the same way almost every time. Getting better but still need to dampen my reflexes to it.

    You really shouldn't be driving though because like I say you could just blink and you'd sleep for a few hours and not even realize it but in that kind of condition behind a wheel you could kill someone or die. Driving with sleep deprivation is pretty dangerous to begin with… a lot of truckers tell stories about suddenly seeing a black dog in the middle of the road. A lot of times that can really freak someone out and cause them to wreck. It's an omen of death. If you're ever driving and you see that thing, you fucking pull over and take a nap. A lot of truckers don't believe in any kind of supernatural stuff but they believe the black dog.

    Will keep in mind. I'm actually not an extreme risk taker when it comes to driving. At worst I've driven from friends' houses at 1-2AM coming down off drinking or highs and am sober enough to not be groggy. Otherwise I can count the close calls I've had on one hand (besides those commonly creditable to impatience, neglect, stupidity, hurrying, and similar).

    Among those, is one incident: a combination of sleep deprivation and a sugar crash. Driving home through the back country-ish route I dozed off slightly but thanks to my homie and passenger I snapped out of it when she noticed I was beginning to drift into the other lane and near the ditch and gave me a verbal cue.

    The other similar one was in the traffic ticket thread as you know. Golazo energy drink, no food since breakfast, 2 hours sleep, and aggressive passing around slow trucks in the fast lane, overshot onto the right shoulder.



  • 67 hours. to win a bet with a sailing instructor. he lost when he went face first into a bowl of oatmeal.



  • The longest I've knowingly gone without sleep is a little short of 42 hours. No idea what it was at the time, but something just stopped me from sleeping.



  • Yeah I had some hallucinations too. Day one you mostly feel kinda like… I want to say a zombie? It's hard to really describe. It's sort of like you're alive but not really there, just kind of existing. I don't know, it's hard to describe. I mean day one without sleep once it finally kicks over past the "I'm tired as shit!" stage and into the zombie stage. You're just suddenly not even tired but you don't feel much of anything, you're just kind of there.

    Hallucinations do start for some at around day 3 but it's not bad until after around day 5. By then you may as well be on acid or starring in Fight Club, cause there's no telling what's real and what's not. At day 3 if you're having hallucinations it's probably fairly minor but the longer you're up the more your mind starts to lose it. By day 5 you're probably seeing gremlins have a conversation in the back seat of your car and miniature penguins flying around in miniature apache helicopters shooting jelly beans at you.

    You really shouldn't be driving though because like I say you could just blink and you'd sleep for a few hours and not even realize it but in that kind of condition behind a wheel you could kill someone or die. Driving with sleep deprivation is pretty dangerous to begin with... a lot of truckers tell stories about suddenly seeing a black dog in the middle of the road. A lot of times that can really freak someone out and cause them to wreck. It's an omen of death. If you're ever driving and you see that thing, you fucking pull over and take a nap. A lot of truckers don't believe in any kind of supernatural stuff but they believe the black dog.



  • 65 hours I think is my top. Could not sleep, didn't have any real reason for that, wasn't induced by anything nor did I have internet. 2 nights and part of a third day. Third day I began to hallucinate but I got past it and reality as a whole was in this weird unstable feeling vortex.

    I had a few other times where I went crazy on stimulants and they were 30-40 hours. If these can do the same thing as coke or methamphetamine, I don't want to know what doing those are like. I'm pretty sure that abuse of energy products (not just drinks) contributed to my fucked up digestive system.

    I had an intestinal blockage. Bedridden for 2 nights and one day as I tried to figure it out. Thought it was appendicitis at first but it showed no symptoms of that. Second day morning found a medical encyclopedia and figured it out. Some laxatives and several hours later I was good
    The culprit was some questionable broccoli in a tv dinner. Didn't crunch or chew well…it was rubbery and paper like as it simply crammed down and folded into itself. Must have unfurled in the intestines and lodged. I'm guessing blockage was in the small intestine fold just before the opening into the large intestine, based on the location of the pain.

    I am lucky if I can stay asleep longer than 6 hours. I do try to snag a nap here and there.
    My mind is always flipping channels, but my body feels tired. Then again I need t0 turn off the internet 11PM at the latest. It stimulates you and keeps you awake. But even so...I had these problems before that, just not as bad.



  • @'Tiffany':

    really vigorous sex.

    Brings new meaning to wanting to sleep together … ;)



  • 35 hours, me and my friends were have a game of thrones marathon.



  • It's hard to say because sometimes you might blink and end up sleeping for a few hours and not even realize it after being up for so long at some point, but a few weeks. I had insomnia really bad for a few years, it went away on its own. And no, no drugs were involved. The only way I could really get to sleep was working out really hard or really vigorous sex.



  • 58 hours, but it was unintentional. Stuff just kept happening at all hours of the day that I didn't want to miss during a convention weekend.


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