#2
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can't you tell?
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#7
If you can't tell whether or not you've slept enough, then you must have a brain injury
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#8
well technically 4 hours enough is the bare minimum to function regularly, but it all depends on ur activity levels really
#11
If you can get through the day without fainting and don't have panda eyes I think you're ok.
#12
Research shows that four or five hours is enough. But it really depends on the person, personally I can cope fine with no sleep the night before. I don't do it often though, because it catches up with me at some point and I get grouchy.
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#13
7-8 hours is the recommened amount of sleep you shld get each night. More if possible.
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#15
New research suggests below 5 is bad, above 8 is bad so I'd say you're fine.
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#16
When I was 17 i got like 8... now im 21 and I work full time and I take 15 hours of class. Im lucky to get 4 during the week and 6 or 7 on the weekends.
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