Sleep Disorders - what is the maximum time to sleep?

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15 Apr 2010

The maximum time to sleep is at least 9 hours

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15 Apr 2010

When it comes to sleeping everyone is different,people can get any where from 4 to 12 hours a night it depends on you,most docs say at least 8 hours but thats just a fact.you can try different amounts and see how you feel in the morning,hope this helps

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21 Apr 2010

Depends upon individuals, usually a 8 hour sleep is what a body requires, again depending upon the work which is done bu an individual; hope this helps?

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