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what is your sleep pattern

 
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I used to be able to stay up late, and therefore sleep late. I now find that by 9 p.m., I get pretty tired.

on the other side, i find it unusual to sleep past 7 a.m. in fact, I often get up as early as 5:30.

Note that this is not because I have to get up... it's just when I wake up.

What are you sleep patterns like?
 
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I have never been a morning person.
My school report card from when I was 9 says "does not wake up before 11am"
I am more likely to sleep late and work into the evening when allowed, but children that wake at 6am have caused havoc on my system over the past five years.
 
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Most people do claim to get their share of sleep.
See a recent poll result.

My sleep patterns are currently flexible. If I stay up late, the sleep gets on adding like carbon credits and sooner than later, I have to catch up with my sleep and reset my pattern.
 
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I have never been a morning person. My natural pattern is to work until 2 or 3 AM, sleep in, get up about noon.
 
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Weekdays, in bed about midnight, wake up without alarm naturally between 8:10 and 8:20 (with one trip to the bathroom sometime in the 3:00 to 3:30 range).

Weekends, whenever I get to bed, but the dogs rarely let me sleep past 10:00 AM.
 
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Week days -> Sleep at 10 - 11 PM and wake up at 5 30 AM.

Week ends -> Sleep at Midnight - 2 AM and wake up at 10 AM - Noon

My body needs around 10 hours of sleep, which I get only during week ends. So most of the time I am black eyed and sleep deprived. People sometimes gasp when I say I need 10 hours of sleep time. Their response usually is 'Well I get X hours of sleep (where X <=8) and I am fine'. We all have different bodies, brains and habits. If I dont get my 10 hours atleast once a week I become him ->
 
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I don't have any sleeping pattern...
 
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I have sleep apnea, I wake up about 25 times an hour at night.

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I like getting up early at 5.00 AM
 
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Sleeps at 12 midnight, wakes up at 7, 7:30 morning.
I need complete 7 hour sleep, If I didn't get it, I sleep at my desk
 
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My friend who is into yoga sleeps only 3.5 to 4hrs and says thats more than enough. Before yoga, it was 8 hrs.
 
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I'm like Fred!

I used to stay up late and be most productive in the afternoons and evenings...

Now I wake up "naturally" around 630am, I'm most productive up until around 3pm, and when it's time to crash, it's REALLY time to crash
 
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Ram kovis wrote:My friend who is into yoga sleeps only 3.5 to 4hrs and says thats more than enough. Before yoga, it was 8 hrs.



Healthwise, they say it is supposed to be 6-8 it the optimum for the average person.

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I have to get up at 6:30 AM, and I need about 7 to 8 hours of sleep, so I normally go to bed around 10:30 - 11:00 PM. If I go to bed too late, then I get tired after two or three days, especially in the afternoon.
 
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I need 8 hours of sleep during week days to keep me fresh until 6pm. So, I go to bed around 10:30pm and wake up at 7. In the week ends, its up to the gods. I used to play computer games or get into the internet until 3 or 4 pm and I get up as early in the afternoon . I would wake around 2 or 3 pm.
 
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Sujai Kaarthik wrote:I need 8 hours of sleep during week days to keep me fresh until 6pm. So, I go to bed around 10:30pm and wake up at 7. In the week ends, its up to the gods. I used to play computer games or get into the internet until 3 or 4 pm and I get up as early in the afternoon . I would wake around 2 or 3 pm.




Don't you have the feeling oh quarter of the weekend is gone when you wake up at 2 or 3PM
 
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Don't you have the feeling oh quarter of the weekend is gone when you wake up at 2 or 3PM


Not really.. I use part of my weekend to sleep. Infact, its one of the hobby of mine you know

 
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usually i sleep at 10-11pm.But if i think about anyhting then my thoughts just dont stop and i am not able to sleep till 2-3am .And i cannot sleep without any sound,like some one's talking.songs wont work for me i set timer of tv,play dvd or movie.or just keep the tv on.It keeps me away from thinking too.
I dont have sound sleep,i wake up every 2 hours.I sleep with lights on,cannot sleep in dim lights or lights off.
Moreover i wakeup at 8-9am.

I do have sleep problems,i just cannot sleep even if i want to.

i have only slept well when i am ill.I have never slept in daytime.....
I am sleep deprived/no sound sleep......
 
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supriya riya wrote:
I do have sleep problems,i just cannot sleep even if i want to.



Concentrate on reading before going to bed, Get a most non sense or hated book and start reading, In my college days, I used to read chemistry books, cause everything written there was like tangent shots and I used to call it a sleeping p(b)ills

Now a days, I used a 1900 century written some book by Russian authors about philosophy and life and I get dozy in 10 minutes.

Another solution, get a iPod, load with Gazals, or Silent songs, and
 
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Now a days, I used a 1900 century written some book by Russian authors about philosophy and life and I get dozy in 10 minutes.



1900 century written some book by Russian authors about philosophy and life

I do read books but i mostly read intresting ones,fiction/thriller at bedtime, so even if my hands start aching holding it i would not stop reading it ...

Now i'll try reading books i hate the most,are boring and uninteresting.hope it helps!!
 
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My neighbors work some crazy nights shifts and managed to wake me up on random hours between 2 - 4 AM.
Of course that's killing me - http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/03/090311162803.htm
 
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I sleep between 12-1 and wakeup between 7-8. Thread reminded me this thread.
 
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Cant sleep at night, cant wake up during the day
 
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I sleep after Eating, & wake up when get hungry!
 
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Mine is same for weekdays and weekends

Sleep 11:00-11:30 P.M.
Wake Up 7:30-8:00 A.M.

(Wow I sleep a lot more than many others )
 
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For me its sleep whenever i can, so that i can dream BIG

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Weekdays: 22:30 - 6:00.
Weekends: 00:00 ~ 01:00 - 08:00 ~ 09:00.

At 6:00 we wake up and do our morning ritual.
At 6:45 we all (me, wife, 2 children) jump in car and drive on.
At 6:50 my wife is brought at work.
At 6:55 the children are brought at school.
At 7:00 I am at work.
At 12:00 - 12:30 or at 12:25 - 12:55 I am gone for half a hour to bring wife to children school or vice versa. They then move on to home or somewhere else themselves by public transport or with friends.
At 15:30 I go to home where I arrive at 15:40.
 
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early to bed early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise,
sleeping at 2030 and waking up at 0500 is really good for health,
my life isn't scheduled so i cant follow this rule but believe me if you can follow you will never have stress,headaches or tiredness
 
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