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    I get between 7 and 8 hours. Perfect for me I think.

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    I need 6 to function, but am getting about 3 at the moment- the joys of late pregnancy.

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    7-8 hours works best for me.

    I can function ok on 6, any less than that and I really feel it.

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    I would average 6 hours a night. I really do need more than that and should go to bed earlier.

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    Usually somewhere between 6.5 and 9 per night.

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    If I was planning, I would allow 9 hours- 8 hours for sleep, and the remainder as wind down time.

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    I aim for 8hrs (11-7) but I have insomnia issues..I function ok on 6hrs, but start really feeling it after a few days. I tend to use Restavit a couple nights a week to catch up after lots of bad nights...

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    On a work day after night shift and.dropping dd at daycare between 4-5 hrs as i have to be up to go get her. On a non work day about 6 hrs 7 maximum as im the only one who will get up to dd and feed her breakfast. Come birh of.second bub i hate to think will definitely be a lot less

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    I would LIKE 8. At the moment I'm getting maybe 5 hrs broken sleep. Thanks bubba.

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    I would say 8hrs. Off to bed no later than 10pm, up about 6-6:30pm


 

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