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Healthy Time To Sleep and Wake Up?

Posted on: 03/Mar/2022 12:24:05 PM
In this ideal world, everybody gets a chance of going to bed early and then getting up early, all rested for a progressive day ahead.

But, situations are different, and some cannot make it happen due to hectic duties, and child care has become difficult to early to bed and early to rise.

One has to consider two aspects when it comes to going to bed: the time you sleep and maintaining the sleep time regularly.

Sleeping while it is dark can make you have good sleep and easy to get up when the sun rises in the morning.

If you are looking forward to schedule healthy sleep schedule, please follow the guidelines for the best sleep timings.

Advised sleeping hours

Human beings ought to sleep early and wake up in the early morning. It is the best pattern that suits our biological system to adapt resting patterns with that of the sunrise and sunset.

You might or might not hear circadian rhythm - is a term that describes your brains natural sleep-wake-up schedule. It is our internal clock that runs automatically.

Circadian rhythm calculates and dictates your natural sleep schedule and morning wake-up schedules. As you keep doing it, the brain adapts to this schedule and works out regularly.

As the brain keeps the sleep schedules, it dictates your body to follow without your concerns. If you do not follow proper time to sleep and wake up, circadian does not regulate. You might get daytime sleep.

How much sleep do you need per day?

AgeAdvised Amount of Time Sleep
0-3 months14-17 hours total
4-12 months12-16 hours total
1-2 years11-14 hours total
3-5 years10-13 hours total
9-12 years9-12 hours total
13-18 years8-10 hours total
18-60 years7 hours per night
61-64 years7-9 hours per night
65 years and older7-8 hours per night