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    It used to be about six hours of sleep but since Sunday it's been three hours per night :erm: so I've had eleven hours worth of sleep this week.

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    If I manage to get off TSR then about 6 hours.
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    6/7 hrs on average I'd say.
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    Wow, I get 11 hours per night or per day, whatever it is. I'm a sucker for sleep.

    You must be exhausted.


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    Always 6 hours or above. It fluctuates.

    I still feel like **** though every morning.
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    I usually get 9 hours, I get cranky with anything lower than 6.
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    Honestly, my days fluctuate. And after a terrific first year in a levels, having the luxury to sleep is incredible. I went 2 weeks with only 4 hours of sleep due to exam stress and sat 3 of my exams with more than 24 hours of sleep deprivation. The ideal is 10 hours if you are younger than 12, 8 hours between 13 to 16 and 6 hours if ur any older. Atleast thats what i found to be "just enough sleep" to function efficiently the next day.
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    5/6 hours - my eye bags are terrible for a 20 year old
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    If I have nothing to wake up for then I'll sleep for like 9 hours. If I do have to be up early I'll probably only get like around 6/7 hours
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    (Original post by EC)
    Wow, I get 11 hours per night or per day, whatever it is. I'm a sucker for sleep.

    You must be exhausted.


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    I sort of am, doubt it's doing good for my health but I feel less exhausted and more on the brink of death.
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    About 5 hours typically. I cycle 22 miles a day to and from work. I have a feeling it will catch up with me when I am older sadly.
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    Usually about 4ish. Been pulling several all-nighters recently too. It's terrible. :emo:
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    Average is 5 🙈 Eye bags look horrid 😑
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    For someone who LOVES to sleep i really dont get enough im basically sleep deprived
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    generally around 5-7 hours on school days, but in holidays it's approx. 8 hours, 10 if I'm very tired
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    7 hours on average but on sundays i get a few more extra hours cos i spend some of the afternoon napping, so that kind of contributes to my total sleeping hours :hoppy:but im never really not sleep deprived. i always need more
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    6 on weekdays 12 on weekends
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    Not enough
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    Since I started uni, probably about 6-7 a night. My bags are terrible lmao
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    Depends really, about 10 hrs at home (those eatly nights ) and about 7/8 at uni (partying hard obvs) :rofl:
 
 
 
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