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How much sleep do get each day?

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Is that enough, or is it too much?
asked Jan 10 in Other Questions by ToddTreharne IBO Specialist (46,620 points)

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I am usually up at 6:00 AM (PST) and go to bed at 11:00 PM and then read till midnight.  So that is 6 hours. I have read between 6-8 is healthy.  Since I work from home if I happen to get up at 7:00 AM I do not feel at all guilty as I am my own boss :)

answered Jan 10 by Chris Shouse IBO Specialist (36,470 points)
Thanks Chris! So is 6 hours feel like enough for you?
Yes, I actually can not sleep much longer than that or I feel more tired and I wake up naturally at that point and can not go back to sleep.
This is one area when I am coaching, people struggle with the most. Many are not getting nearly enough sleep! 6-8 is a great range!
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I average about 6 hours, but sometimes that is broke up due to having contacts worldwide. Since I work for myself, I will take a nap when needed.
answered Jan 10 by Mixter IBO Guru (3,100 points)
I also have people worldwide but we can usually connect at times convenient for both of us.
Awesome Mixter! Power naps are proven winners!
I agree I would never say I was above taking a power nap if needed.  When I was a child and was put in Nursery School I was the only kid that did not have to take a nap because I could not go to sleep so I kept everyone else up too lol
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I have to get at least 8 hours to be motivated and working most of the day, or part during the day and part at night. I could stand 6-7 for a couple days, then I'd have to get back to my 8 or my mind gets "fuzzy" later in the evening.
answered Jan 17 by WhitneyJaqueline IBO Specialist (30,970 points)
Awesome Whit! It shows you are aware of when you are operating at peak performance! WTG Champion!
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6 hours feel like enough for me

Some people claim to feel rested on just a few hours of sleep a night, but their performance is likely affected. Research shows that people who sleep so little over many nights don't perform as well on complex mental tasks as do people who get closer to seven hours of sleep a night.
answered Mar 7 by ebest IBO Specialist (74,690 points)
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I hardly get 5hrs good sleep as I am either studying or online promoting Todd.
answered Mar 14 by garywelsh IBO Specialist (71,770 points)
Dangerous spiral my friend!
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GREETINGS,

Sleep amount depends entirely upon Daily Activity Levels or planned levels. I have no preset minimum/maximum amount for sleep.

When I was a truck driver under the old logbook rules, I slept or napped as I needed which often interrupted my Circadian Rhythm. The new rules are like punching a clock as sleep patterns usually develop.

I seem to get 6-8 hours yet counting the wake up periods, probably sleep 5-7 hours. These (and other) factors play in too: Neighbors, Noises, Timely Shutting Off Electronics before sleeping, Worry, Stress, Body Pains, Pets.....

 CHEERS!!
answered Apr 17 by EricGuvNC3 IBO Guru (1,800 points)

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