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    Default what's your sleeping pattern?

    Like is it consistent or does it change?

    How many hours do you sleep a night on average?


    Do feel you get enough sleep?





    Mine is
    not consistent

    for a month or so I'll sleep 13 plus hours and still feel like I need more rest, and if I force myself to only sleep 8 I feel like a total zombie, but if I sleep 13-15 hours during this period I feel more rested, than suddenly I'll sleep 3-4 hours a night and feel absolutley rested. it's weird.
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    Pattern? There is absolutely no pattern. 13 hours one day, 3 hours the next, allnighter the next.....

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    Usually Im used to sleeping in parts (4-5 hours) and (3-4 hours) per day, however these days I sleep quite early at about right after the sun goes down until about 2 hours before the sun rises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Like is it consistent or does it change?
    How many hours do you sleep a night on average?
    Do feel you get enough sleep?
    I sleep about 4-5 hours during the night over the work week; and if I'm not driving in the carpool, I'll get an extra hour or so in the car; and sometimes I'll take a 2 hour nap when I get home if I can't stay awake.

    On the weekend, I'll sleep anywhere from 7-10 hours a night. About a month ago, I was so tired, I got home on a Friday night, fell asleep on the sofa at 6:30pm, crawled into bed at 9pm, and didn't wake up until about 10am the next day.

    No, I don't get enough sleep. My ideal would be 8-9 hours a night, probably; it sucks being a night owl who has to get up at 5am to make the work commute. I had one bad afternoon a few weeks ago where I kept zoning out during a meeting no matter how hard I fought to focus (and drinking coffee), and when I'd struggle back to awareness and open my mouth to say something, I realized that it would be gibberish (since I was kinda in a dream state)... so I'd shut my mouth again. That was the worst period of sleep-deprivation I think I've had.
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    I'm fairly consistent in my habits... I tend to go to bed anywhere from 11:30 PM to 12:30 AM through the week, and wake up around 6 AM. After work I tend to pass out for an hour or so on the couch if I'm lucky... And on the weekends I tend to go to bed around midnight and wake up around 8 or 9 AM... Sometimes 10 AM if I don't have anything going on that day.


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    I'm very lucky to have a pretty flexible work schedule, so I can usually get up at my preferred time (8am) which means I go to bed around 11:30-12:30. I try to get 8 hours a night but sometimes it's closer to 7. On the weekends I don't usually stay up much later and sleep until I wake up, typically 8-9am but occasionally earlier or later.

    I dread having a "real job" where I have to get up before 7, because it's really hard to go to bed before 11 and I get really grumpy with less than 7 hours of sleep.

    edit: I should add that 1) I feel like compared to a lot of people, I do well for sleep, but I'd prefer to have a bit more some days. Sometimes 7h is enough but sometimes even 8.5 is too little. and 2) I naturally want to get up earlier in summer and much later in winter. On weekends I'd wake up at maybe 9-10 in winter compared to ~8 in summer.
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    this is a lot more fascinating than i thought. Not that I'd thought it be boring, but I didn't know I could get this much joy out of reading about other people's sleeping patterns, I was more interesting and see if their was a pattern with the members of the board. But actually reading each individual one I find interesting. Maybe I'm just weird, but I find it fascinating.
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    Well I can sleep all the time..

    I want to be in bed at 10pm and I get up around 6.30am. Sometimes I go to bed at 11:30pm or so. I love when I can go to bed at 8pm :i
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Like is it consistent or does it change?

    How many hours do you sleep a night on average?


    Do feel you get enough sleep?
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    I sleep at least 5 hours a night. sometimes less though

    No , I usually try to work an hour nap in during the day if i can.

    Mine is NOT consistent at all, Last month, I didnt go to bed till 6 am, EVERYDAY for 30 days, then school started so that had to change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I'm very lucky to have a pretty flexible work schedule, so I can usually get up at my preferred time (8am) which means I go to bed around 11:30-12:30. I try to get 8 hours a night but sometimes it's closer to 7. On the weekends I don't usually stay up much later and sleep until I wake up, typically 8-9am but occasionally earlier or later.

    I dread having a "real job" where I have to get up before 7, because it's really hard to go to bed before 11 and I get really grumpy with less than 7 hours of sleep.
    Yeah... I always told a former boss that I'd never have an 8-5 because I hate mornings... Now I'm working a 7-4 job! I hate getting up early...but getting off when the sun is still up regardless of time of the year is nice.


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