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    Used to be about 9, now as I'm not a teenager anymore, I'm comfortable with having 7 hours of sleep.
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    No matter how much sleep I get I will still be tired
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    8-9 ish, but if i can get more than 10 on a weekend then yes please
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    I feel like people try to romanticize insomnia and belittle people who get an adequate amount of sleep
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    (Original post by manz too fine)
    I suffer from insomnia, so I have no idea, -____-
    This.
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    (Original post by flyingpanda)
    I need 10 to actually function. But who wants to go to bed at 9?

    Instead, I just exist as a zombie, dead tired, and slow. :emo:
    Lol I need a lot to function too.


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    it all depends sometime i'm so hyped i take an hour power nap other times i can sleep for 10-12 hours
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    5 is long enough
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    although I've been sleeping in until 11 or later all this week
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    About 6
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    At least 6, otherwise I'd be dead the next day
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    I need 8 or 9 to be able to fully concentrate else I will literally be a walking talking zombie.
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    8-9 is perfect, but I almost always get around 7-7:30 on school nights, which is still mostly okay; I try to sleep for like 8 hours at least the night before an exam, as it helps to think better in the exam the next day.

    The minimum that I can function on properly is about 6 hours, which will allow me to feel completely fine from 8 AM to around 5 PM the next day, then I just crash and feel like **** in the evening.

    I slept for about 4 hours the other night after staying out with friends, and the next day I just sort of randomly fell asleep for 20 second bursts whenever I was sitting somewhere comfortable like my desk. It was... unpleasant, and I had to get around 8 hours plus a 2 hour nap to make up for it, and I still felt drained the next day. Would not recommend
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    Mmh 6-7 I think
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    No idea, insomnia
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    6 hours for me
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    10-12 hours is perfect for me. But I usually get 5-7 hours of sleep tho because of A-levels and exams stress
 
 
 
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