Okay, I read the link [all of it!] and I'm no scientist, but wouldn't the results also be affected by what time you go to bed? What time you normally wake up? When you work? Whether you work at all? Whether you work night shifts? Etc?
That part confused me as well. I kept looking for a wake up time.
I'm an early riser. Like ... between five and five-thirty. And that first caffeine of the day as the sun is getting into the swing of things? Blissikins. By half-nine, coffee is almost wasted on me. ;)
I thought the circadian rhythm is independent of sleep and waking, it's mostly calibrated around ambient light levels.
*Hangs head* I told you I was no scientist. ;)
"Before the next spike"?
Are you suggesting that I inject my morning coffee directly into a vein?
Wow. I'm a third year nursing student in Canada, and the tubes for your veins are very very very different than feed tubes. And why on earth would you pull coffee into a syringe in the first place.
On a side note, I've considered injecting coffee. Will stick to my ritalin thank you very much.
Am I the only one who has a really hard time reading white type on black backgrounds? All the words fuzz up together and then when I switch back to a regular page I see fuzzy black lines all over the white page.
I was going to copy and paste it into Word to read, but that seemed like too much work, so I just didn't read it. But I have a few minutes left to have an effective cup of coffee, so maybe I'll try to read it after I'm done enjoying caffeine.
I guess it's time to get brewing then.