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    Is it healthy to go to bed at 7pm then wake up at 4pm?
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    jakesmit posted:
    Is it healthy to go to bed at 7pm then wake up at 4pm?
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    jakesmit responded:
    4am**
     
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    silver07 responded:
    I do not know but i do the same.
     
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    scperdomo replied to jakesmit's response:
    Why would that be unhealthy?
     
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    KC_94920 responded:
    In my mind, sleeping 9 continuous hours a night is very healthy.
     
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    susiemargaret responded:
    hello, jake --

    in addition to the responses here, you might want to check out or perhaps post on the "sleep disorders" exchange, http://exchanges.webmd.com/sleep-disorders-exchange .

    the national sleep foundation has on-line forums at http://sleepfoundation.ning.com . on the orange bar across the top of the page, click on "on-line community," then on "pillow talk" on the next page.

    -- susie margaret


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