(POLL) Most people sleep 5-7 hrs per night

Fifty-five percent (55%) say they sleep between five and seven hours per night.

That’s according to the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com.

One third (33%) of those polled say they sleep seven to ten hours, while 12% say they get less than five hours per night.

Full results are below. Be sure to answer the newest poll at SharylAttkisson.com. Look for the black box on the right sidebar on your computer or scroll way down on your mobile device.

How many hours of nightly sleep do you get?

12% Less than 5 hours

55% 5-7 hours

33% 7-10 hours

1% 10 or more hours

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3 thoughts on “(POLL) Most people sleep 5-7 hrs per night”

  1. Very critical to aim for ten full hours as I do. Try to eat a snack before sleepy time, such as choc milk & crackers or a kit kat kandy bar with white milk, I use rubber ear plugs to get thru the night, foam ones do not work, my goaL is 3 REM dream cycles, they often reveal prophetic future events, even the afterlife mysteries far beyond space and time, also drink cold water before bed, large cup, I use a six inch mattress for one man, one can also influence intense dreaming with staring at photos with a strobe light in the dark

    Ohio univ athens

  2. Dictionary for Dreamers (Thomas Chewed) make look hokey on the surface but he unravels the Jungian archetypes and dream symbol patterns on a human psychological actualization level – where dreams distill inner conflicts and let you practice new ways of thinking and being. Learn what your own pattern of dream symbolism means and what are the 10 most common dream themes many people share.

    Keeping a dream journal every morning is critical – even if only nonsense snatches of remembrances. The patterns and the evolution does emerge. The “dictionary” helps unlock the inner language of dreams.

    Say you never remember your dreams? As you go to sleep, repeat I will remember my dreams and then record them instantly upon awakening as they drift into the ether in only a few seconds. Use an oral recording device if you don’t want to write them down. You will start remembering more dreams than you have time to analyze. This is a life’s work; not a cheap parlor game.

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    In case anyone is losing sleep over pandemics and nukes. : 1. Virology is a hoax. No such thing as a “pathogenic virus.” 2. Nukes do not exist. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were firebombed. A-bombs and pandemics are simply lies from the usual suspects. Do some homework and determine it for yourself. Then have a good night’s sleep!

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