Quote Originally Posted by Chorita KaBoom
I never said you were lazy, but yes, Circadian rhythms can be changed, but it can take up to 2 weeks to do so. Changing certian behavior patterns (when you excerise, when you have your meals, eliminating stimulants like caffine) can speed the process. http://members.tripod.com/~shiftworker/marapr98.html

I myself used to be consider myself a "night person", but due to the realities I live with had to start getting up much earlier than I ever thought I that could. Now I get up very early, usually before the alarm goes off, my transition period was like 2 days.
I'll takt this opportunity to whine now.... I am NOT a day person. I prefer nights. But I work 4-6 nights a week, from 9 PM to 7 AM in an assisted living home... no sleeping. I come home and the baby is awake. She takes a 2 hour nap in the afternoon when I sleep, and I'm lucky if hubby gets home at 5 or 6 so I can grab another two hours if the 4 year old lets me...
making me (semi-hysterical giggle) very slightly manic.
So I ask you, what exactly were Circadian rythyms again?