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    Gee wiz ma boi whut is sleeping? *downs a homemade remedy consisting of red bull and two espresso shots*
    9
    4.97%
    2-4 hours and I wake up by purposely falling off the bed
    8
    4.42%
    5-6 hours and still feel frEshh
    53
    29.28%
    I sleep in the day...
    4
    2.21%
    Different every night, so idk
    35
    19.34%
    7-8 hours and be up in the gym just working on my fitness
    48
    26.52%
    9-10 hours (either a v organised person, or too disorganised to care about anything else)
    16
    8.84%
    Sleep is my priority, thus I perform said activity for 12 or more hours nightly, and nap thrice a day in order to recharge my batteries.
    8
    4.42%

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    I'm either "Gee wiz ma boi whut is sleeping? *downs a homemade remedy consisting of red bull and two espresso shots*" or "7-8 hours and be up in the gym just working on my fitness"
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    About 7 or 8 but I feel better with 9 hours of sleep. I just never have the time to sleep that long!
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      Between 3-10 hours a day. On average, probably 7-8 hours'. I always make up sleep.

      Sleep is the only time I can guiltlessly avoid doing work. Nothing is better than waking up in the middle of the night, and realising you still have 4 hours' sleep before the day starts.

      I sleep in a bit more than necessary, though, because in psyching up for the day ahead, I stay in bed listening to music, and sometimes either fall back asleep, or keep on going 'just one more track' for an hour.

      OTOH, I enjoy late nights and early yawnings, and some days it is fun to have only 3 hours' sleep.

      (Original post by hannxm)
      Usually get 8-10 hours, but I need about 10 hours to feel okay the next day.
      10 hours to feel okay the next day?

      What do you mean? You get headaches otherwise?
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      (Original post by FriendlyPenguin)
      Between 3-10 hours a day. On average, probably 7-8 hours'. I always make up sleep.

      Sleep is the only time I can guiltlessly avoid doing work. Nothing is better than waking up in the middle of the night, and realising you still have 4 hours' sleep before the day starts.

      I sleep in a bit more than necessary, though, because in psyching up for the day ahead, I stay in bed listening to music, and sometimes either fall back asleep, or keep on going 'just one more track' for an hour.

      OTOH, I enjoy late nights and early yawnings, and some days it is fun to have only 3 hours' sleep.

      10 hours to feel okay the next day?

      What do you mean? You get headaches otherwise?
      I have chronic health conditions that cause me fatigue. I feel fatigue most days but if I don't sleep that many hours, I get tired quicker and the feeling of tiredness is stronger. It basically makes me useless the next day when my fatigue is very bad.
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      8 hours
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      About 2-3 hours
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      7-8 hours ideally. Usually asleep by midnight at the latest.
     
     
     
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