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Old 28-10-2009, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Do you get enough sleep?

Hello guys,

8 hours is the ideal hours to sleep per day. I try to sleep as much as 8 hours per day but I think its not enough because my body clock still haven't adjusted to my schedule. I sleep around 2 -11 am.

Anyway, do you get enough sleep?
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Old 28-10-2009, 01:54 PM   #2
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lol, are you doing some market research?
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Old 28-10-2009, 02:32 PM   #3
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Due to Maya related activities I've probably had about half the amount of sleep I needed over the past year or so, sometimes as little as 3-4 hours a night, but then I make up for it a few days later with a nice 9 or 10....

I think 6-7 is pretty good as an average, 8 usually leaves me feeling a bit tired the next day.
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I currently have nothing to do but I still sleep 12/1 - 9 any less I`m a guy you dont want to mess with
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I definitely have not been getting enough sleep lately..usually only about 4 or 5 hours a night because of things I'm working on. But once completed, I'll be getting my usualy 7-8 hours.
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Short answer: No

Longer Answer: I go to bed at around 1 AM or so every night and I wake at 6 AM.... 5 hours of sleep. And I am rarely affected by it, except sometimes I get stressed over stupid things. (sometimes)..

So no, I don't get nearly enough sleep. I nap sometimes though.
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Originally posted by Dango77
Due to Maya related activities I've probably had about half the amount of sleep I needed over the past year or so, sometimes as little as 3-4 hours a night, but then I make up for it a few days later with a nice 9 or 10....

I think 6-7 is pretty good as an average, 8 usually leaves me feeling a bit tired the next day.
same here.... sumtimes there is so much work pressure that i dont get to sleep more than 4 hours but i usually try to make it 7 hours and also try to get up as late as i can on saturdays(our holiday is on saturday)
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Wait, is this a bot too? My world is turning upside down! I must not be getting enough sleep.
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Default Re: Do you get enough sleep?

Originally posted by miltonhork
I sleep around 2 -11 am.
Being a bot, I guess you don't have to worry about being late for work eh?
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around 4-5 hours a night on week days, and about 8-11 hours on weekends.
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