Would you rather go to bed early and wake up early OR go to bed late and wake up late? Why?
I like going to bed early and waking up early because I feel better when I do this. If I stay up late and sleep in I feel more tired and have less energy. I also don't get as much done if I sleep in late, it makes me feel like most of the day is already gone before I get started doing anything.
I rather go to bed early and wake up early. I am an early riser and I like to get everything done on my agenda that day so I can have the afternoon and evening to spend with my friends and family. I am up at 5 or 6 am and usually done with my agenda by noon. Then I relax and enjoy the rest of my day.
I rather go to bed late and wake up late because I like to watch movie till latte night, Because of this habit I am suffering from dark circles under eyes.
I like going to bed late and waking up late. There's nothing too exciting going on in the afternoon and I like time to myself and night time is the only time I get some peace and quiet.
My normal day consists of going to bed late and getting up early. I know...I know...not enough sleep. So on my days off I like to stay up late and sleep late. However, this doesn't happen too often either.
I would love to go to bed early and get up early. But the reality is that I go to bed late and rise early :-(.
I actually go to bed late and get up early, but my preference is a modicum of going to bed about 10 and getting up about 8. That's sleeping in (10 hours of sleep!) but not wasting the day away! It's psychological, I know, but sleeping late makes me feel like I missed out on getting things done even if I have only slept 6-7 hours!
I'm an early riser. Hence I prefer to go to bed early and get up early. I feel that mind is fresh and more active in the morning. On the other hand, if I sit in the night for longer hours I feel tired which will result in poor production. It all depends upon how you're used to it.
i sleep late and wake up late most of the time. i enjoy my time alone and the peace n queit.
i've tried changing my routine to early to bed and early to rise but i always feel i've lost a night of quality time. wierd i guess... but that's how i enjoy it.
I would like to go to bed early and wake up early because some one said:
" Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise".
For me, it is just a matter of getting the right amount of sleep.Waking up early is a must to have a healthy lifestyle.
I normally require about 6 - 8 hours of daily sleep. My time of waking up is 8am in the morning. So this means I will sleep at about 12 midnight daily but at times, it will be before 2 am which gives me 6 - 8 hours of sleep.
Getting enough sleep will allow your body to re-energize for another day of work. So it is important to know your own body requirement when comes to sleeping. You will have signs of fatigue when you are tired and require to sleep.
I know that sleeping early and waking up early is better for me because I feel that I am able to do more things. I am able to take care of what's to be done at home then I can go to the office or take care of things outside of the home just when the offices are open - so i feel more productive. Unfortunately the reality is I sleep late and still need to wake up early, not getting enough sleep and before weekend I can feel the brunt of the lack of sleep. Then realizing my errors would sleep early again the next week....yes, no self discipline at all, my bad.
I'm a person who has more energy, am more productive a, creative and able to be organized from (in corporate America) 3:00PM til 9:00PM ! Then after a break to take care of taking care of my pets and walking the dog, I feed my brain and eyes til 3-4
Many times when am on HP, I go to sleep very late and wake up early to continue my browsing especially on holidays. I do other things though.
i preffer both ways, depending on the circumstances i found myself.
I prefer to go bed late and wake up as late as possible lol. x
Actually most of the time it happens that I go off to sleep late at night and get up quite early. My routine has almost been set this way. Now even if try sleeping early , I end up watching the ceiling or hearing the tick-tick sounds of the clock.
This routine has been set according to my study schedule. I am a medical student , having a hectic , vast study syllabus . So basically I'm compelled to study till late at night. Again due to college in the morning , I always have to wake up early (except holidays).
Thanks for the question. Have a good day.
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