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Sleep requirements

How much sleep does everyone need in order to function normally?
I set my alarm for 8 hrs but usually my body needs 9! I wish I could function well on less like some others but I just can't.
 
Location
San Diego
I seldom get more than 6 hours sleep per night. I would probably function better if I got more sleep but it just doesn't happen. I wake up right at 6 hours regardless of whether the alarm clock is set for 7, 8, or 9. It's been that way for years.
 

scottsma

Well-known member
Location
Tynemouth,
Being retired we don't need an alarm call , and 9-10hrs is favourite for us.I never dreamt we'd sleep so long , as we were always up with the lark but in bed by 10pm.Also,since our much loved old dog died,we've nothing to get up early for.I feel really sorry for those of you who don't get the sleep hours they'd like.
 
Dude, don’t listen to what others say. Each person is individual. Sleep time depends on many factors. For example, how much you get tired during the day, how old you are, even what you drink and eat is also very influential. But there is one factor that does not depend on you, these are dreams that dream of you. Do you often wake up because of nightmares? I recently encountered such a problem. I can’t sleep normally, although I felt that I wasn’t getting enough sleep. I have been looking for a solution to this problem in various forums for a long time. When I told my friend about this, he advised me to https://dreams-meaning.com/blog/flying-dream . I immediately contacted Amanda from this site. She told me everything about the individuality of the body, about how much sleep should be. She also told me how to get rid of nightmares, what they mean and what to do so that they do not reappear. I hope she helps you too, good luck!
 
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Dude, don’t listen to what others say. Each person is individual. Sleep time depends on many factors. For example, how much you get tired during the day, how old you are, even what you drink and eat is also very influential. But there is one factor that does not depend on you, these are dreams that dream of you. Do you often wake up because of nightmares? I recently encountered such a problem. I can’t sleep normally, although I felt that I wasn’t getting enough sleep. I have been looking for a solution to this problem in various forums for a long time. When I told my friend about this, he advised me to https://dreams-meaning.com/blog/flying-dream . I immediately contacted Amanda from this site. She told me everything about the individuality of the body, about how much sleep should be. She also told me how to get rid of nightmares, what they mean and what to do so that they do not reappear. I hope she helps you too, good luck!
The blog you are recommending is very interesting. I have had the problems with my sleep for a year and couldn't do anything with it. I felt fatigue and anxiety, but I was afraid of closing my eyes and then diving into the terrifying nightmares. Of course, my regime was broken and I felt awful for a very long time. Then I read about the importance of the place you are sleeping in. I decided to change my bed and my mattress to the one, that is designed to provide a comfortable sleep. I don't know how, but it worked out well. Now I am not afraid of sleeping in my own room. I suppose it can be a placebo effect but at least it helped. While choosing how to change my sleeping place, I learnt about the efficiency and importance of mattresses here. I will be really happy, if this method can help someone as it helped me.
 
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