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    How much sleep do you need to function? #Moooose
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    (Original post by OvergrownMoose)
    How much sleep do you need to function? #Moooose
    7 hours
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    Whenever the alarm wakes me up.

    Sometimes it's never.
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    minimum of 4 hours to function okay on lol
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    I go to bed around 2 or 3 in the morning then wake up at 7, so about 4 or 5 hours is what I get. I need to sort out my sleep schedule...
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    I can just about function with 4hrs of sleep but I'll be the moodiest person ever! I'd end up giving death stares through my day 😬

    But usually 6hrs of sleep minimum is what I need to function properly and be in a happy state of mind
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    7 hours
    (pops hand on hips) what the hell are you still doing here, young lady?

    :rofl: jk
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    I dont sleep but when I do it's like 3-5 hrs.

    In the summer it was all day

    Most of my time during the week goes between lectures, jobhunting, errands in between, and TSR

    Now that I'm single more time will go to each of those

    more time for myself on the weekends which means even less sleep
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    Sleep at 2-3am, wake up at 7am.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    (pops hand on hips) what the hell are you still doing here, young lady?

    :rofl: jk
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    3 hours to function
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    I can cope with about 3 but usually go for at least 5

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    normally sleep at 12 or 1ish when im at uni, and wake up around 7, when im at home im in bed by 9 and wake up at 9
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    3 hours to function
    and not as if u normally sleep for more than 3 hrs lol
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    I function abnormally best on no sleep whereby I'm just sat up on my laptop all night (which has happened 3 times in the past week). Nights where I get 5+ hours sleep which is rare is usually where I just can't be asked to do anything and decide to skip uni and sleep for the rest of the day

    But on a standard night I'd say I get a good 3 hours sleep, sleep at like 4ish and wake at like 7 and I'm still dying
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    A lot of people don't sleep very much! Not one person has said over 7 hours #Moooose
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    I go to sleep around 2 these days, but I actually need 10+ hours, probably. :hide:
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    I usually sleep for between 8-10 hours.... tonight I'll be having less though lol
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    tsk tsk

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    3 hours to function
    same, we have tea to keep us alive
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    tsk tsk



    same, we have tea to keep us alive
    It must be the case considering i drink 5 cups a day
 
 
 
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