Sleep is for the weak and I'll sleep when I'm dead.
I dunno, just used to operating on less sleep in general. Probably became a regular thing when I worked with my dad setting up bands and such which would often go into the wee hours of the night what with the pack down and all.
This is me as well. Except I don’t have to wait until Easter. Just until March 4th.
I got 2-3 hrs of sleep but I need to wait till I graduate college.
usually I do 11:30 to 5:50
It depends on my work, school, and personal lives.
It normally ends up being around 6, but ~5 hours of sleep can also happen for too many weeks. I feel as though I waste time of I ever sleep more than 7 hours. There's too much to do and experience!
Day shift: Bed at 11, up at 4
Night shift: Bed at 8, up at 12
So yeah, 4-5 hours of sleep (at best). I tend to take half an hour-ish to get to sleep, and usually wake up at least once through my sleep. Somehow I manage to function pretty damn well throughout the time I'm awake, unless I'm not working (one, maybe two days a week if I'm lucky) in which case I'll get 8-10 hours sleep and be tired af all day. Not a fucking clue how that works.
E: I work 12 hour, 6-6 shifts, btw.
Glad to know m not the only one who needs his sheep.
Yeah, I get around three or four like half the nights, and then the other half it's closer to six or seven, depending on what my schedule is. It's pretty sweet, because I get a mixture of lie-in's and days where I minimize the amount of time lost to Somnus.
Well... Some people count sheep to get to sleep, so... I guess that means the sheep are glorious too. ^_^
Wouldn't that just make you need the bathroom?
I sleep at midnight or one in the morning, then wake up at six. I have been doing this for a solid three or four months now. It is not reflecting well on my grades.
Six hours sleep is average, isn't it?
I believe seven or eight is, but being off my one hour isn’t bad. It’s just the fact that I’m looking at bright screens literally a minute or so before going to bed is bad for my eyesight and my health. At my age, getting eight or nine is optimal for brain developement and function.
I have like 10-15hrs of sleep per week atm. I don't know. It started when I worked on a BPO company here in the Philippines before and my shift is like 10pm-7am and I never recovered after that, I mean with the sleeping part. I sleep like 2-3hrs a day, I feel sleepy at 1-2pm but past that I'm good. Tons of homework, reports, and demo teachings requires a lot of brain activity so maybe that's why I never feel sleepy while doing them.
Lol I don't really know what I feel. I just don't care anymore. When you get a president who is a chinese lapdog you should know that it's a waste of time to resist. Many of my friends are still being very nationalistic and stuff but when I heard our president making jokes about making the Philippines a province of China I just stopped caring about stuff related to that sht.
I wonder how long before Trump starts making jokes about the U.S. becoming a province of Russia.
Holy... How do so many people get less than 7 hours and function?!
My sleep time varies from 10:00-11:30 PM on school nights. On weekdays, I wake at 6:30 AM for school. On weekends, I wake between 8:00 and 10:00 AM and sleep at 11:00 PM-12:00 AM.
Basically, I get around 7.5 hours on weekdays and 9.5 on weekends. Friday and Sunday are iffy since I may sleep/wake earlier/later. I need my sleep. T_T
I used to get 6 hours of sleep on average, but I felt like shit when I woke up, so I decided to change my sleep habits and stop staying up reading until 2 AM. This has drastically affected the amount of reading I get done, unfortunately. :(
Well, I don't want to kill my brain. I thought teens need at least 7 hours! D:
I'm one of those depressed assholes who can't sleep so I unwillingly sleep 2-3 hours per night, and I hate any kind of caffeine whatsoever so I'm just living on the verge of death 24/7. I wish I was one of those depressed types that sleeps all the time, that's my fucking dream.
One of my friends has trouble sleeping. She got medication for it, I think.
I don't have a 'regular basis'.
Sometimes I'll go an entire week with only 3-5 hours a night, while other times, I pass out for 12 hours at a time.
I guess 'regular basis'
I get 4-10 hours a night.
It's not very often I go over ten, though I've slept for as long as 13 hours straight.
Last night, I got 6 hours.
Night before, 9.
A couple times last week, 5.
Pulled an all nighter.
Friday to saturday, got about 10-ish.
I've also noticed that it doesn't really matter how much sleep I got the night before, I feel pretty much the same. Unless I pulled an allnighter, or only got 3 hours of sleep. 4 hours, it's 50/50 whether I feel fine or feel like crap. Occasionally I feel like crap on 5 hours. Other than that, it's pretty much the same.
An interesting development has occurred. Because of my staying up til 3 or 4 am every morning, now around 2 pm I get insanely tired. At least I assume that’s the reason.
Morale of the story: Take Bucky’s advice in order to not screw up your sleep schedule.
In the mood of this bizarre theme, I fell asleep at half ten tonight, six hours earlier than I usually now, and now have woken up perfectly awake. This will be a weird one.
I usually get about seven to eight hours of sleep every single night, but lately I've been getting six because I need to work my ass off on some term papers. I don't even drink coffee (childhood experiences ruined the taste for me), so I normally sleep during my classes, but I hardly miss anything.