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For instance, during periods of stress or illness, you may feel an increased need for sleep. But although sleep needs differ over time and from person to person, experts typically recommend that. Until sleep debt is paid back, it’s fine to sleep longer than usual; one study found that just one 10-hour sleep session significantly improved cognitive function following five nights of sleep. How Much Sleep Is Too Much?
Sleep needs can vary from person to person, but in general, experts recommend that healthy adults get an average of 7 to 9 hours per night of shuteye. If you regularly need more than 8 or 9 hours of sleep per night to feel reste. The vast majority of people—approximately 70%—need between six and nine hours of sleep a night. If you’re someone who needs more than nine hours on a regular basis, you might want to think about how restful your sleep is and if it is of good quality. An infant may need up to 17 hours of sleep each day, while an older adult may get by on just 7 hours of sleep a night.
But an age-based guideline is strictly that — a. No matter which age group you are, if you sleep more hours than the upper limit displayed in the Not Recommended column in the chart below, then you are sleeping too much. Age. Recommended.
May Be Appropriate. Not Recommended. 0-3 months. 14-17 hours.
11-13 hours. 18-19 hours. You may find you need 7 hours of sleep in your 20s, and 8 hours—or 6.5—in your 50s or 60s.
Newborns tend to sleep a lot. Some babies sleep for 16 to 18 hours each day, waking up only for short breaks to eat and have a diaper change. You might wonder if they’re sleeping too much.
Generally speaking, an adult who is consistently sleeping ten or more hours per night is probably sleeping too much and should talk to their doctor. In general, doctors agree that most people should get between seven and nine hours of sleep a night. If you’re an adult and you regularly get 10 or more hours of sleep a night (and you aren’t.
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