I think that it all matters on how your schedule is. Some people need more sleep then others. Teenagers for example, they need between 10 to 12 hours of sleep. It also depends on what type of job you have and whether or not your employers need you at a certain time each morning. Personally, I like my sleep and don't normally get up until 6:45 or 7:00 but if I could I would wake up around 6 in the morning. On weekends I like to sleep in until 9:00 in the morning. Hope that helps.
Well I think that it is normal to wake up around 6 am and on the weekend 8 or 9am. But that's just me.
10:00 on sunday but 9:00 on saturdays
A healthy amount of sleep is approximately 8-10 hours of sleep but it depends on what time you have to be at a certain place and how long it takes you to get ready to decide when to get up. This may mean making sure you are in bed by a certain time. If it takes you 1hour and 30minutes than you should give yourself 1hour and 45minutes to get ready in case of unexpected delays like you can't find your pants or something. If you don't have anyhwere to go than you should set your alarm to get you up 8-10 hours after you went to bed.
We should wake up between 7am-8am in the morning at least because our body cycle demands it. 7am is the perfect time to wake up and have a very good breakfast for yourself so that your entire day remains full of energy and without indigestion
Actually, it doesn't matter. The most important thing about your sleep schedule is getting enough sleep, and having CONSISTENCY. So, firstly, think about your schedule-say, you go to work at 7:00. Then plan how long it takes you to get ready-maybe one hour, so 6:00. From then on, wake up at more or less 6:00 everyday, including weekends. And then plan your sleep so that you go to bed at the exact time every night, so you get an appropriate amount of sleep. Having an inconsistent sleep schedule is what causes tiredness and stress even when you've calculated your hours of sleep. Say you sleep late every night, and a day or two a week you sleep the whole day to compensate-that is the kind of schedule that is bad for your body. Try your best to get enough sleep with a proper schedule! Try not to divert from your schedule too much. Of course, this advice is for an average person. If you have an EXTREMELY busy work schedule, and have to constantly pull all-nighters, then a consistent sleep schedule may not be possible for you. Just keep in mind that you can be healthy even if you wake up at 4:00 everyday as long as you get enough sleep.
On the weekends 9 should be the latest people wake up, but that's if they had a later night. If you go to bed earlier, you need to wake up around 7. But if you are really tired you need to sleep in, because it is healthy! On weekdays you have to wake up according to what time you go to work, school, ect..!
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