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Sleep question

Discussion in 'Lifestyle Management' started by Live And Let Die, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. Live And Let Die

    Live And Let Die Senior Member

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    I have found that overall I do better if I only sleep for 5-6 hours a night instead of 8+. The longer I sleep, the worse I am the next day.

    Is this the same for everyone else?
     
  2. tolduiwuzsic

    tolduiwuzsic

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    Yes, I find that as well. Also the quality of my sleep is better if I sleep those 5-6hrs during a certain time in the day. For instance I get the absolute-best-most refreshing-sleep without using a sleepaid from about 9am-3pm. But yes, if I try sleeping for more than 7-8hrs I experience worse fatigue and joint aches and pains, especially in the hips.
     
  3. justy

    justy Senior Member

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    Hi, i have heard of this with others people before. For me i need 8-9 to be able to function. If i only slept 5-6 hours a night i would go downhill pretty fast.
     
  4. jimbob

    jimbob ME/CFS84-XMRV+

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    same with me justy, at least 9 hours!
     
  5. Sallysblooms

    Sallysblooms P.O.T.S. now SO MUCH BETTER!

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    Thankfully, I get 10 hours. After getting my hormones all balanced and getting the vit. d, seratonin up etc, I sleep so well now. You heal when you sleep so I need all I can get.
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