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Old 14/01/2008, 03:07 PM
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No, it doesn't. What varies is your body temperature, and if you are a night owl you are probably warmer when you go to bed than when you wake up, whereas if you are an early bird you might be warmer in the morning than when you go to bed. If you are a night owl, you might tend (as I do) to go to bed later and later in the night if you don't have to get up at a specific time due to wordly duties. The day and night cycle of a night owl is longer than 24 hours, whereas for an early bird the cycle is near 24 hours or perhaps even less than 24 hours.

I have a problem with this piece too. Sometimes I go to bed I feel cold sometimes hot, then waking up is the same depends on what hour I get up. I can get up really early in the morning and feel hot or an hour later and feel cold or 45 minutes later and feel hot or... What are you on about prom?
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