I Don’t Think I Get Enough Sleep

I like to sleep. I like to nap. But sometimes I think I don’t get enough. Every night I sleep around 10pm or 11pm latest because I get tired around those times. Roughly getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night is a good amount for someone my age but sometimes I think it isn’t enough. Because I use my phone right before my quality of sleep is normally really bad. Every night I would sleep really lightly and the slightest noise could wake me up. Most of the time I would wake up in the middle of the night with my eyes closed because im not comfortable or I just can’t sleep causing me to be more tired throughout the day. Sometimes when I get home I just pass out on my bed and just wake up right before dinner saying that is the best sleep I have ever had. A deep sleep with so much noise around me as my brother is watching youtube in the same room. If I sleep any later than 11pm, during the day I will feel extremely tired to the point during class where my head feels like a bowling ball and my eye lids just want to shut. I also feel fatigued throughout the day which affects my learning and my physical wellbeing. So yeah, thats my sleep habits for you.

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2 thoughts on “I Don’t Think I Get Enough Sleep

  • September 13, 2018 at 12:28 am
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    What makes this issue challenging is that it’s hard to manage time effectively, and be able to sleep early so that students can get enough sleep every day. An additional perspective you may wish to consider is the people who sleep early and wake up really early in the morning. I personally tried doing this for a week and found myself being more productive in the morning and not feel sleepy during the day; however, it’s hard to maintain such a routine.. Your post reminds me of an issue I had last year, and I found that resting during the day is a bad idea, as you won’t feel sleepy at night, and hence ruining your sleep.

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  • September 18, 2018 at 12:37 am
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    I really agree with your ideas. I sometimes cannot sleep at night, yet I can sleep soundly in the afternoon. Maybe a little more research about why will be better?

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