The Daily Recommended Sleep Chart

This chart shows, the daily recommended hours of sleep a person requires according to his/her age.

Make sure to follow it to avoid health issues.

Recommended Reading: 30 Tips to Stay Healthy for Ages

Be Bettr, Stay Bettr! 🙂

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The Daily Recommended Sleep Chart


18 thoughts on “The Daily Recommended Sleep Chart

  1. I need 8 hours sleep in the winter and 7 in the summer. Having lie-ins don’t suit me, as I get a headache and feel groggy with anything upward of 9 hours. At the moment, my body is programmed to wake up at 6 a.m. and there’s no fighting it, or any need to set my alarm clock!

    Too many children and teenagers don’t have nearly enough sleep these days, often keeping their brains overactive by computer use right up to bedtime, which then interferes with the quality of their sleep.

    Hope your studies are going well and you’re in good health, Swetank.

    With all good wishes

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    • Sarah I would really like to know how you programmed yourself to wake up?

      Yes, for true .. I have colleagues with symptoms you mentioned, I had done one-to-one chat with them and their parents about their habits .. just not showing the path but also walking with them. I started to see signs, of wellness. To which I am very happy.

      Everything is going great! I have been taking few courses on human development and wellness. As this will help me serve Being Bettr and other areas in my life.

      Be Bettr, Stay Bettr! 🙂

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      • Swetank, I think that it is much easier to programme yourself to wake up if you have regularity in your life. i.e. eat regular meals at set times, exercise daily, and resist the urge to sleep during the day, apart from for a 20 minute nap if you’re exhausted. I think that if someone sleeps well at night, for the right length of time, then it is easy to programme your waking time.
        Someone once told me that if you decide what time you’re going to wake up, you must knock your head on your pillow that number of times before going to sleep (for instance 6 times if you want to wake up at 6 am)! Oddly, for me it works, although I’m sure there is no scientific reason why. I guess it’s a form of self-hypnosis.
        Wonderful that you have been taking courses in such interesting and useful areas, where you can apply what you have learned to helping people.
        All best wishes


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