If you're not a morning person, science says you probably never will be. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox reporter Brian Resnick explains the genetics behind our bedtimes: http://www.vox.com/2016/3/28/11306124/chronotype-night-owl-discrimination Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
Densetsu no: Video unclear. My toaster got stuck up my ass.
Anik Dey: Don't use this as an excuse for your lack of discipline.
Flesh Vessel: I work 4pm to midnight...can i guess my sleep hours?
Micheal Hunt: I wake up at 10 and sleep at 1.
If I'm woken early I still sleep at 1. :(
BleachedEmu: Lmao it’s 1 am rn I took a nap earlier but like I’m always awake for a couple hours from around 1-5 am, like I fall asleep then wake back up and am wayyy more energized, then go back to sleep and get tired again
Metal Shen 75 eletric bald eagle: I want to use CRISPR & the enzyme to cut my DNA & change my new DNA.
Mohammed Oulhiad: I sleep till 10 who else?
Jack Bird: My favourite shift at work is 11-7 I bet alot of people would prefer it to 9-5 if most people did it
I react to everything Everything: Finally my mom can’t tell me to go to bed earlier
SuperDavid6000: I have this since as long I can remember. Horrible mornings an countless hours staring at the ceiling . I have met over 5 doctors so far an they never understood anything. I am meeting with a neurologist in 2 weeks, what tests can be done? What treatments are there? What tests should i demand? I would be very happy if I could get a reply before my doctors appointment . Thanks, you can reply to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want. I appreciate anything by now. thanks again.
BookTardis394: I’m ‘internal clock’ tells me to go to bed at 2:00 AM
I then wake up anywhere from 7 AM - 11 AM
Rohith Kumar: I sleep at 4 am as that's only time I can game with other friends online, and get up at 9 and go to work by 10 and come home at 8 and rinse and repeat, i just don't want to waste time sleeping.
Erin Cassidy: They didn't mention that on "workdays" i'm still unable to sleep early though. My comfortable bedtime is 2am and i can mayybee push it to 12:30 if im absolutely exhausted, if i sleep any earlier than that I'm guaranteed to wake up in the night and struggle to get back to sleep. Made school miserable, thankfully i now start work at 5:30pm and I get a full 8 hours everynight
Habagzg Hzbbsbs: Fuckyou for showing a man butt naked at 0:02
Ceparator: Bit of feedback. The graph is a bit hard to understand, is it what time you go to sleep or wake up or the gene clock?
Halooord Rides: Finally, I have an excuse. I'll show this to my boss.
Sweetheart Okay: FINALLY NO EXCUSES MORE
A Random fish: i go to bed at 5am on weekends
Venus Gillespie: Ugh, my mind either wants to go to bed at 7:00 and wake up at 4:30 (much more useful for a farmer who has to make breakfast, but hard to achieve after making dinner) or go to bed at 12:00 and wake up at 10:00 (makes me feel depressed and sleepy). It’ll be interesting to see how my sleep changes when I change time zones and move to Wales...
Jenny W: I find it so much easier to do school work from 10pm - 2am
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