Question Tuesday! How Many Hours Beauty Sleep?




Hey everyone! Hope you’re doing well.

In this week  Question Tuesday I just thought of been a little nosy to stick my nose in.

I ask: How much sleep you get most nights- or “beauty” sleep 🙂

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I love to hear what you had to say …

  • 7-8 hours
  • 5-6 hours
  • More than 8 hours
  • 3-4 hours
  • Less than 3 hours

The concept of “Beauty Sleep” really is legit! It’s a time when your body can heal and repair itself. Correct me if I’m wrong.

Now if only we could follow these tips all the time! I know first hand that it’s tough to really make sure you’re getting all the sleep you need, let alone the best quality sleep, but hopefully if we can implement some of these ideas, we’ll feel a little more energized when we wake up!

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Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!

Sharon xoxo



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11 comments on “Question Tuesday! How Many Hours Beauty Sleep?”

  1. This massively varies and is largely dependant on my son. Sometimes I can get a good 8 hours or so but other nights it’s broken sleep of around 6 hours. If I’m working then it’s likely to be 7 as I’m up at 5am. I am someone who needs a lot of sleep as it affects my anxiety if I don’t.


  2. I believe you should get 8 hours of sleep. That is how much I need to get a good night sleep. But of course you know that doesn’t always happen. I have so much on my mind or I wake up to pee and can’t go back to sleep. I can feel a difference in myself when I do get a good long night sleep.


  3. I have suffered from insomnia in the past and since when I have ‘reovered’ from my sleep desorders, I really care about my sleep! I know I need at least 8 hours and in order to safeguard this sleeping time I don’t drink coffee anymore after 12 am, no tea, and much less alcohol. moreover, I have decided to put much attention to my body needs: if I feel tired in the afternoon, I sleep! I never did in the past, I considered it lazy but after you experience the lack of sleep you’ll remember forever the consequences it has on your body and biorhytm. Great post, really!


  4. Hi Sharon,
    I found this post after searching for “sleep.”

    While I’m not really looking for thoughts on beauty rest – as you might imagine 🙂 – I am wondering if you’ve learned of an optimal amount of time for brain function? My job involves a lot of reading, writing, studying, etc and I’m wondering how much I should be sleeping each night?


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