As I'm sure most of you can relate, when I am around people I am much more aware, much more cautious, and well much more alert. I always summed it up to hypervigilance from PTSD.
Well I headed up to my buddies house in the mountains again, to go snowboarding, where there is always just a ton of people coming and going. Plus we rode handrails every night and we rode powder every day, which is incredibly exhausting. Basically in 4 days I had roughly 20 hours of attempted sleep and maybe half that in actual sleep.
Yet every single day I was the first up and the least tired, don't get me wrong now that I'm alone I'm passing right out as soon as I'm done typing this. But during the whole time in the mountains I was never really tired or exhausted or anything.
I know I'm young, but it just can't be normal for me to have that much energy. I have noticed it before when people sleep over, as soon as I'm awake if there is somebody else is in the room then I am ready to go, no matter what.
I guess it doesn't really matter, but can you guys relate? Do you find that when you are around people it is simply impossible for you to get exhausted, you just NEED to be on full alert 24/7? It can't be good for my body to lack so much sleep.