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    not in holidays/ weekends, like a normal weekday? My friend I live with goes to bed at 10ish gets up 7ish. I can go to bed any time up to 2am and still be fine!
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    Well I go to sleep at about 4am and wake up at either 7.45am or 10am depending on what day it is during school time
    It doesn't affect me at all!

    EDIT: During holidays I sleep from about 6am - 5pm
    I've found that I'm so alert and efficient late at night, and so that's when I work best
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    10-7 is my ideal sleep pattern. Uni has morphed it into 4-2. Which really, really, really sucks.
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    I rarely sleep at night, when i do sleep for long periods it will likely be 7am to 4pm..... thanks uni
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    I don't go to uni yet, but I have friends who do and I've stayed there a few times, you freshers literally get no sleep, do you?! Haha
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    From 10:30 or 11 to about 6:30. I'm like a zombie if I don't get my eight hours.
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    I suaully go to sleep at around 11pm and wake at 5am....but it's far too less and I really should sleep at 9pm instead
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    10.30 - 6.30, i feel terrible if i go to sleep late!
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    Not enough
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    Recently, I've gotten into the habit of going to sleep at around 11-12ish and waking up about 9-10am. I get plenty of sleep, me
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    I usually get 4-5 hours when I'm working a lot, I find that I actually function quite well considering I'm not getting much sleep. When I'm not working as much I can get about 7-8 hours and I'm usually tired despite having all that sleep
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    (Original post by myusername.)
    Recently, I've gotten into the habit of going to sleep at around 11-12ish and waking up about 9-10am. I get plenty of sleep, me
    I tend to have the sleeping routine as you do
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    Normally 6-7 hours on weekdays/9-10 on weekends.

    Was asleep for 14 hours today though as I didn't go to sleep yesterday
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    (Original post by Diiiii)
    I tend to have the sleeping routine as you do
    Ah, good! I was looking at the other responses and thinking I must be laziest person! Glad to know I'm not the only one who likes their sleep
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    Usually 1am-7am
    So 6 hours

    Holidays destroy me (probably the opposite of what they're intended for haha)
    3am-8am
    So 5 hours

    Don't need much sleep, although I've been trying to sleep more (my target is 7 hours)
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    I sleep at around 11/12 and wake up at 6 for school :sleep:! Most efficient way to get all my work done + not be a zombie!
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    9:30 - 6:30! I really need my sleep!


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    (Original post by myusername.)
    Ah, good! I was looking at the other responses and thinking I must be laziest person! Glad to know I'm not the only one who likes their sleep
    :lol: Yeah, but I tend to sleep late more often than not so I tend to wake up late too. I'm sure I can think of a load of people who love sleeping
 
 
 
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