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  1. Most studies have shown that a healthy adult needs 8 hours of sleep every day. There is also a point of view that sleep in the period from 10 pm to 1 am restores the body as much as possible. Probably a matter of personal characteristics, but I have seen from my own example that it works)

  2. My mother constantly tells me that if you sleep at a certain time – in the interval from 8 pm to midnight somewhere, you can get a good night's sleep and feel much better than sleeping for 10+ hours.

    I don't know about the accuracy of the information, I haven't tried it myself

  3. Here is the answer to your question�loveread.ec� – it all depends on the quality of sleep, and it, in turn, affects your rhythm of life, health status and other factors.

  4. For 5 months, I slept two hours a day, 20 minutes every four hours. I didn't notice any harm to my health, only benefits – but I can't help but warn you that:
    1) The long-term effects of polyphasic sleep have not yet been studied.
    2) it is Necessary to observe the regime of sports, nutrition and diet – be very cautious of tea, coffee, cigarettes, alcohol almost impossible, not to eat at the end or the beginning of the cycle (and, for that matter, don't overeat at all), training no later than 40 minutes before bedtime, etc. stuff.
    3) The adaptation process will take from 10 days to a month, depending on your personal characteristics.

  5. If we are talking about doing this all the time, then there is no way to avoid harm. Sleep is a very important element of health. 7-8 hours a day, preferably at the same time.

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