I’m just going to throw this out there purely for my scientific survey purposes. If anyone has anything to say about this or can relate to any aspect, please advise.
I have always been a ‘night owl’. I am just naturally drawn towards operating at night, since I was very young. My ideal timetable would be wake up at about 1-2pm, become lively by 5pm, stay up throughout the night until between 5-6am then sleep and back up by 1-2pm then next day.
Being in direct sunlight has always been irritating to me although only mildly and I had only really noticed this about myself in say the last 5 years but since making the observation, looking back I realise it has been always. The sun makes me feel very tired and drained not warm and energised. I can’t really stand in direct sunlight for more than a couple of minutes before I can feel it on my skin like a mild itch. If I am standing with other people in an area when the sun is directly upon us I find myself moving out of it, any where I can find a shadowy spot to get out of it. I could be talking and moving around from spot to spot trying to avoid the light without even realising that’s what I am doing. If I am forced to spend extended periods in the sun it actually starts to make me feel physically sick and I become very short tempered and irritable.
What I’m now wondering to myself is: sunlight (bad), MS, vitamin D, history of aversion, any connections? And no I don’t think a vitamin D deficiency caused my MS, actually when I was tested I didn’t even have a vitamin D deficiency, apparently.
I know this is a pretty left field subject but entertain me.
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