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    I always over sleep or under sleep. I woke up under sleep, feeling so sleepy and makes me not want to go to school. Oversleep, i feel like crap. Feel so tired.
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    6-8 hours, best thing for you to do is go to get a sleeping schedule where you go to sleep the same time every night and wake up at the same time every morning.
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    6-8 hours, best thing for you to do is go to get a sleeping schedule where you go to sleep the same time every night and wake up at the same time every morning.
    I wake up at 6:30 every morning, so I can't sleep at 6:30? Should I sleep at 9:30? thanks For responding
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    (Original post by emerald7770)
    I always over sleep or under sleep. I woke up under sleep, feeling so sleepy and makes me not want to go to school. Oversleep, i feel like crap. Feel so tired.
    I think it varies for different people. You should definitely have a routine time to sleep. It will have an effect in your performance at school. So about 9-10 ish would be a good time. :yy:

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    I would say 10pm - 11pm, its late enough to make you tired, but early enough to get a decent sleep
 
 
 
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