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    What's the best time to go to bed?

    For a good quality night's sleep?
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    That entirely depends when you wake up
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    When your better half tells you it's time for bed. Better for stress levels all around.
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    (Original post by 2scotty)
    What's the best time to go to bed?

    For a good quality night's sleep?
    That varies between people. Just sleep whenever, provided you get a good quality and long hours of sleep (but not too much).
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    not yet, I've still got Game of Thrones to watch
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    sleep is for the weak
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    7/8 hours before you wish to wake up for
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    You want to have between 8 and 9 hours of sleep, but minimum 7.

    You do the math.
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    When you're tired.
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    (Original post by 2scotty)
    What's the best time to go to bed?

    For a good quality night's sleep?
    It depends on when you need to wake up. Usually about 7-8 hours before you need to wake up but that can vary depending on the person (I used to need at least 12 hours sleep!). Try starting at about 7 hours before you need to wake up and see how that goes for a week. If you tend to be tired, move when you go to bed earlier by an hour or 30 mins and keep doing that untill you reach a good point. If it reaches a point sleep is stopping you doing normal things check with a doctor if theres a reason you're so tired.

    If you want quality sleep you can take some measures like not looking at screens before bed (for an hour-ish) and keeping the room at a good light level and temperature. Try to avoid as much distraction like noises too. Music or earplugs can help to smooth out ambient noise if it disturbs you.

    In theory there could be specific times that are best but there are so many factors involved that it's silly to go solely by that. It's more important for your sleeping to fit in with you and your needs than some generalised ideal.
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    You have to sleep for 7 to 8 hours. The best sleeping time is 10pm to 6 am. Your will get a refreshing and amazing day.
 
 
 
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