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Importance of sleep

thethinker48

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How much do you guys normally sleep per night? I've noticed that with everything dialed in (training, diet), sleep can literally make or break your efforts in the gym. 9 hours and I'm great, 7-8 hours work but then I take 45-75 minute nap in the evening. Any less, and there's no real point in training.
 

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I wouldn't say it's making or breaking point. But if sleep deprivation is causing your training to suffer than yeah I would say get more sleep.

I usually get about 8 but any less and its hard for to drag my ass to the gym. The older I get and the more intensely I train the more I feel it too

For me it's.

Food
Sleep
Training
 
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Offseason 8-10 hours, 9 is perfect and never sleepy during the day.

Precontest 6-7 hours especially when the hunger really kicks in
 

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those of you that "wake up" to an alarm going off.....

I feel very sorry for you.....

:cool:
 

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I get 6-7. If I'm working nights, it's a miracle to get 5. Your body adapts eventually.
 

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2-4, i'm not kidding. Past military life + grad school, not much time to sleep.
 

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Its okay to skimp on sleep or miss a night or two sometimes, but no more than that. Like tomorrow I have to get up early for an MRI, i'm gonna do it bc my insurance is covering it

take some 10 grams gaba in a bit after another meal and hope it knocks me out early and I get good sleep
 

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12% higher rate of mortality if you sleep less than 7-8 hours a night
35% higher rate of mortality if you sleep 9+ hours

Kind of crazy that oversleeping is bad but I read these stats the other day on suppversity I think.
 

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12% higher rate of mortality if you sleep less than 7-8 hours a night
35% higher rate of mortality if you sleep 9+ hours

Kind of crazy that oversleeping is bad but I read these stats the other day on suppversity I think.

I think you read too much...

:D
 

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12% higher rate of mortality if you sleep less than 7-8 hours a night
35% higher rate of mortality if you sleep 9+ hours

Kind of crazy that oversleeping is bad but I read these stats the other day on suppversity I think.




that's why I always sleep with my dick out
 

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those of you that "wake up" to an alarm going off.....

I feel very sorry for you.....

:cool:


I couldn't have said it better myself. Every once in a while I have to set an alarm if I take a nap before work, and my phone is muted just about the whole time too
 
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Just wait till some of you guys start having kids lol...then u will really see how important sleep is.;)
 

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I shoot to be in bed by 10pm every night. My wife's alarm goes off at 6am each weekday. That gives me a chance to get 8 hours. My body is trained to wake up early, so I try and be in bed on weekend also by the the 10pm time.
Good sleep for anyone and overall health is critical.
 

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Sleep is my biggest down fall. Half the week I work the overnight shift and then on my days off I try and switch back so I can enjoy some daylight. Totally screwed up right now and it takes it toll. Still manage to eat and train on the regular but recovery sucks. At least once a week I crash for 15 hours straight after staying up for over 24 hours straight. Hope to get off this shift soon.
 

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I try everything I can to maximize sleep quality. My life is too hectic with so much energy expenditure that optimal sleep is really important to me.

I won't even go train if I have a shitty nights sleep. I feel it's counterproductive.
 

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Sleep is my biggest down fall. Half the week I work the overnight shift and then on my days off I try and switch back so I can enjoy some daylight. Totally screwed up right now and it takes it toll. Still manage to eat and train on the regular but recovery sucks. At least once a week I crash for 15 hours straight after staying up for over 24 hours straight. Hope to get off this shift soon.



Sounds rough man. Hope it improves for you!
 

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As much as I despise training in the evenings (due to the crowds), I'm going to stop trying to get up at 4:30 AM to train. I just don't feel that great with less than 7 hours of sleep, for sure.
 

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