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posted Jul 06, 2016 07:04:41 by MyPreciousGEM222
I am just curious how much sleep the majority of people are actually getting. I know that the recommended amount is 8 hours; however, I have found that I sleep much less than that amount on some days and on others I sleep well over that amount. How much would you say that you sleep a day generally?
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Adelaide said Jul 06, 2016 13:07:13
I think that I generally sleep only five to six hours a night, and that is usually during the week. The only day that I sleep longer than that is on Sundays. It's the one day that we don't have an overly busy schedule.
Dante said Jul 07, 2016 18:35:04
Being an older individual, I sleep anywhere from six to eight hours a night. However, I awaken repeatedly during the night for no apparent reason. My doctor says that this is normal for a person my age, it's just the way it is. I try to take a short nap during the day.
MyPreciousGEM222 said Jul 12, 2016 06:05:27
Adelaide, do you feel well refreshed even when you only get five to six hours a night? I know that sleeping too much causes a person to actually be tired and sleeping less may actually make people feel more refreshed. I just want to get the most out of my day and I feel like if I am well rested I will have a more productive day.
PitchDark said Jul 17, 2016 01:33:39
I sleep seven to eight hours a night, which works for me. I go to bed at the same time and wake up the same time in the morning. Keeping a schedule really helps to fend off fatigue during the day because I have gotten enough good rest. You can't keep changing your sleep patterns, either, it's unhealthy.
wild_sarah82 said Jul 18, 2016 16:53:31
I try very hard to get at least 7 hours of sleep a day. The summer time seems to be more conducive to sleep as I tend to get more of it. I think it is because the kids are home and we have nowhere to go in the mornings!
Tillman said Jul 19, 2016 03:21:50
This is an interesting topic and also is important in my opinion.
My wife has been ill for some years now and I have chosen to care for her here at home. She is happy to be here as well.
I think there is something to be said about trying to get ample sleep and it does affect me in negative ways when I fail to get enough healthy sleep. I have noticed that I don't really sleep sound like I did before I started caring for my wife. In my opinion, I am not getting enough sleep because I hear every little sound here in the house at night. Probably another reason is that I need to check on her before I can get back to sleep. So, in my case it is not the amount of sleep I get each night but that I never really reach the state of sleep my body wants. I spend at least 7-8 hours in bed. We both are thankful that we can be together.
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