What are your sleep patterns and are you getting enough?
Heard a scientist report that the most beneficial sleep pattern is - 20-30 minutes mid morning, the same again mid-afternoon and a lengthy sleep at night (7-8hrs). A study that reported on 300,000 participants suggests this pattern will keep you chugging along for a long time.
I go to sleep everyday at 4:00am to 4:30am. Wake up at 9.30- 10am. Go to work by 10 30am and come back home at 10pm. There is no other way for me than staying up late as I need my own time to enjoy and relax but I do feel the toll during midday at work when my eyes get heavy.
My sleep patterns vary, but I usually get enough sleep. I usually fall asleep around 12 and get up around 7. I do have more trouble in the colder months though. It's hard to get out of bed when the sun's not up.
by billabongbob 7 years ago
I have been an insomniac all of my life. Even as a young child I remember laying in bed night after night, trying to occupy my mind to starve off the crazies.It has stayed with me my whole life and I will probably have to deal with it forever. I'm lucky if I sleep 3 hours a night, if I...
by Lyrickkw 3 years ago
Naps to sleep or not to sleep , that is the question.How energized do you feel after a quick nap?
by Daniel Mollat 16 months ago
I now have 17 articles published and most are in niche sites. Why am I not getting comments from readers? I have very few comments so far. Is this related to quantity of impressions, where the more impressions I rack up I could get more comments coming in?Appreciate any ideas.
by Urmila 7 years ago
Why my hubs are not getting enough visitors?Any suggestion is appreciated.
by MEblogger 4 years ago
Is sleep overrated? A lot of people now say I only sleep a few hours a day. I get my grind on and I don't go to sleep until 3 or 4 am everyday and back up at 7 or 8am. Do you believe them?
by Susan Britton 7 years ago
Do you have trouble getting out of bed in the morning? What can you try to over come this condition?
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