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Are you someone who sleeps well or has sleeping issues?

Do you sleep well, or are you like me and only sleep for around 5 hours a night? I can fall asleep but fail to stay asleep past 5 hours most nights, and can sleep and still be awake (so I have been told). It is a little annoying, when I am trying to make up for loss of sleep and feeling more tired than normal. The way I found to force myself to sleep for 8 or more hours, is to literally sleep deprive myself for a good week or more, so that my body shuts down for a good 7 hours before it wakes up, still tired.

What about you? Can you sleep well, or do you have issues, where you cannot stay asleep for long periods of time?
 

Nerdface

Member
I have phases of having really good, or pretty terrible sleep.

A couple of years ago I went through a phase of insomnia which wasn't at all fun. I was sleeping for somewhere between 1-3 hours per night, and no matter what I tried I would be unable to get back to sleep after waking up.. This lasted for about 6 months.

Thankfully I'm now having a really good phase of sleep. I'll go to bed around 10.30pm (or earlier if I feel tired), and usually sleep through to my alarm at 6.30am unless my daughter wakes up during the night, which thankfully doesn't happen too often.
 

Ash

Member
I struggle to wake up in the morning but once I'm up, I'm usually good for the rest of the day. I do struggle to sleep sometimes although that's mostly my fault for watching TV shows till late.
 
If my room is nice and cool and I have some heavy blankets on I will sleep pretty well. But if its hot and I'm not feeling well I can be rather restless through the night.
 

Shortie861

Member
I often go in phases where I can either only sleep for around 4 - 5 hours on a night and then I can't sleep anymore or where I will sleep for around 12 hours or more and that is usually because it was much needed. I find my sleep patterns for how long I sleep vary every so often to the point of where I now let my body tell me when it's had enough sleep. As long as I am feeling okay throughout the day on the amount of sleep I have had, I am quite happy.
 

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