>sleep inside as normal. >aches and pains, tired. >sleep outside. >no pain, feel strong, clear mind

>sleep inside as normal
>aches and pains, tired

>sleep outside
>no pain, feel strong, clear mind
explain this

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >no cell signal waves frying brain
    >clean air

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Insulated floors and bed material block the solar charge recycled up from the ground.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Have you tried sleeping in a hammock inside?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      no, house is drywalled so nowhere to tie off

      >no cell signal waves frying brain
      >clean air

      i was still in cell range and had my phone with me

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >no, house is drywalled so nowhere to tie off
        What are wall studs?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          not something id want to put multiplicative weight on
          https://roperescuetraining.com/physics_angles.php

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    fresh oxygen-rich air is good for sleeping. chances are you are sleeping in a closed room, maybe even heated. bedroom temps should be slighter lower than living room

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    many reasons
    >your bedroom is dirty, you have microbes in your bed and bedding
    >you are not getting fresh air
    >you are living in crowed spaces where there is no silence and there is always something vibrating or buzzing
    most likely:
    >you are a newbie and mistake the newbie alertness when waking up outside with feeling strong and having a clear mind. It will wear you down after a few weeks then your body will either break down and you'll go back inside or you get used to it and ignore it.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been living in a van for the past 2 weeks in the woods unabomber style and I came back to my folks home for a visit and I'm already getting anxiety again. Cities bother me a lot.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would love to say something romantic and redpilled about hammocks and wild living and how the good old ways are better etc. but you probably just have a shit mattress. I used to have back pains due to a mattress that had given up far too long ago, got a latex mattress and pillow and it was like being reborn. Especially the pillow was such a massive change. I'll never go back.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is what I was getting at by asking if he’d used his hammock inside. It’s most likely that he sleeps better in a hammock for any number of reasons and has shit to do with being outside.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        nah i feel better the same way when i sleep outside on the ground too

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Is your mattress very soft?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            yeah

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >shitty mattress
    >shitty bedroom air quality
    clean your bedroom, wipe down walls and surfaces and vacuum, launder your bed sheets, and get an air filter (be sure to change the cartages regularly), and then go get a new firmer mattress

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The alternative is to sleep outdoors. Not op but I'd rather sleep outside.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Explain my woes.
    >sleep innabed
    >no aches
    >tired all day
    vs
    >sleep onnaground
    >feel rested
    >knees and hips fucked

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      at home:
      >sleeping on plush mattress
      >slept at 67-70 degrees
      >wake up, refridgerator keeps your food cold for you
      >can have robots make you coffee and heat your food
      >porcelain slave ten feet away to drink your piss and eat your shit
      >don't really have to do anything if you don't want to, other than miserable shit like get up and drive to your goylabor position

      innawoods:
      >sleeping on cold ground or slung between two trees
      >slept at anywhere between 20-60 degrees
      >wake up, have to go through an entire process to make food
      >if you want to piss or shit, it's an ordeal
      >you'll just die and rot if you don't get your ass moving

      sleep temperature is a huge thing
      you will never have as good of a night's sleep than if you're about 5-10 degrees colder than you'd "like" to be. you're designed to go into stasis, so sleeping at 70 degrees is actually terrible for you.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        temperature
        vibrations
        noise
        lights
        smells
        urgency in waking up

        depending on where you live and with whom you live, many of these factors will disrupt your sleep and you'll wake up tired regardless of how long you sleep

        urgency is a weird one. I personally have a hard time getting out of bed if "there's nothing to do" right away. so I'm stuck in this weird limbo where I always wake up at 6:30 a.m. but with nothing to do I read the news and suddenly find myself waking up again at 7:30. when camping/cottaging, there's always something to do which is relatively important: getting water, starting the stove, shooing the animals away, etc. at home there's basically nothing that I "need" to do first thing.
        >I know it's a dumb "me" problem, but maybe others relate and appreciate knowing that there's other with the same dumb problem

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >I know it's a dumb "me" problem, but maybe others relate and appreciate knowing that there's other with the same dumb problem
          except every other human being experiences this
          we live a dramatically unnatural existence. it's proof of the resilience of the human mind that the suicide rate is as low as it is.
          I watched some "morning routine" video from a navy seal, which sounds gay as fuck, but he had good advice: "start your day with something that has a protocol, like making coffee."
          in the hunter-gatherer sense of humanity, even up to mid-revolutionary times, everyone had shit they had to do when they got up, or they were insanely uncomfortable.
          >piss, stoke the fire, whip the slaves, get dressed, feed the pigs, beat the vagrant off your porch.
          being innawoods is the same way, you've got a ton of shit to do in order to make coffee, instead of popping a goycup into your keurig to get some goybrew

          Lot of good points made but also don't discount that when camping you've likely had a full day of physical exercise, go to sleep early with the sun going down, sleep in near darkness, and awake with the sun.

          >go to sleep early with the sun going down
          this also
          it's insane how easy it is to fall asleep when it's darker than the devil's asshole and you can't see shit, thus you've got nothing to do. and it's insane how hard it is to fall asleep when the urge to blast your retinas with the light from your terror rectangle won't go away at home.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You have a shit quality mattress and bed at home poorfag

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Have any gas burning appliances? Maybe elevated but not dangerous CO levels.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lot of good points made but also don't discount that when camping you've likely had a full day of physical exercise, go to sleep early with the sun going down, sleep in near darkness, and awake with the sun.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    actual reason:

    your aches and pains are psychosomatic and you believe sleeping outside alleviates them so you get relief.

    essentially you're a crazy person and your suffering is fake.

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