How to reduce Confluence notification polling?

In my access logs, my server is handling hundreds of requests a minute (in the middle of the night) from people's browsers pinging the server for notifications.  And to make it worse, each tab is independently pinging the server causing even more load.  Is there a way to reduce this polling interval?  Just seems like unnecessary overhead.

I've read but that appears to be how often the in-app notifications work between other apps, like JIRA.

Example from logs:

2015-10-23 02:04:20,702 INFO [http-nio-8090-exec-5] [atlassian.confluence.util.AccessLogFilter] doFilter userA GET 4183556 23
2015-10-23 02:04:20,979 INFO [http-nio-8090-exec-7] [atlassian.confluence.util.AccessLogFilter] doFilter userB GET 4182709 24
2015-10-23 02:04:21,359 INFO [http-nio-8090-exec-37] [atlassian.confluence.util.AccessLogFilter] doFilter userC GET 4181481-133 24

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Hey there,

Go to the Logging and Profiling page and check if the "atlassian.confluence.util.AccessLogFilter" entry is in there. If yes, you can remove it or change its level.


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