Sleep. Body clock

@kixsh101 (1352)
Philippines
July 11, 2019 10:48pm CST
I slept late last night since I am aiming to change my body clock. I need to have extra hours at night for my readings. I tried it last night and today I am having a hard time functioning as I feel so sleepy. I hope I will be able to adjust the soonest without the feeling of sleepiness during the day. I heard four hours of sleep is quite good to go with the day. How about you how long do you sleep at night?
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@LadyDuck (230439)
• Switzerland
12 Jul
From 6 to 7 hours per night, less than 6 hours is not very good for our health.
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@JustBhem (56143)
• Davao, Philippines
12 Jul
When I do feel sleepy around 8 to 10 PM I will sleep then sometimes wakes up at 12 or 2 AM. Or Sometimes I don’t sleep when I wake up during those hours.
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@Janet357 (19177)
12 Jul
i have a sleeping problem as well.
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@rakski (33950)
• Philippines
12 Jul
why do you want to change your body clock?
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• Bangalore, India
14 Jul
I would not suggest anything less than 6 hours. I have tried many experiments with sleep. You would need a minimum of 6 hours. And this could increase based on age, health, other factors. I would suggest being more productive during day time to save time. Mind you, sleep apnea is something very dangerous. Good luck!
@Shavkat (76878)
• Philippines
12 Jul
As much as possible, I need to sleep at least 8 hours.
@sophie09 (8485)
• Indonesia
12 Jul
around 7 til 8 hours sleep i guess?
@sharon6345 (185357)
• United States
12 Jul
I sleep well when the time comes. I am ok with going to bed early or later in the night it's after midnight right now and I am hoping to be up until after 2 am.
• Agra, India
12 Jul
For me a minimum of 7 hours is very important