How much sleep is enough at any age

The National Sleep Foundation of the United States says that the sleep time of the person will be different according to age. Most people know that they are not getting enough sleep – but how much is that enough? Recent research from the foundation says that the answer to this question is actually based on age. Regardless of routine, alcohol or stimulants, such as coffee or an energy drink, an alarm clock or daylight can interfere with daily life cycles. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), based in the United States, says that everyone’s lifestyle actually plays a key role in understanding their sleeping needs. According to age, The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) has also suggested the need for sleeping by age.

  • Newborn Children:

(Up to 3 months) 14 to 17 hours. Although 11 to 13 hours may be enough. However, it should not be more than 19 hours in any way.

  • Children (4 to 11 months):

At least 10 hours and maximum of 18 hours.

  • Child (1/2 years old):

11 to 14 hours.

  • Pre-School Episode (3-5 years old):

Experts think 10 to 13 hours.

  • School Stage (6-13 years):

NSF advice sleep 9-10 hours

  • Tin Edge (14-17 years):

Need to sleep for 8-10 hours.

  • Adult young (18-25 years):

7-9 hours should sleep.

  • Adult (26-64 years):

Like the adult youth

  • Other adults (65 or older):

7/8 hours of sleep is ideal. But it should not be less than 5 hours or more than 9 hours.


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