How Many Hours Do You Sleep Per Night? Here's Your Personality


Less Than 3 Hours

The way that you sleep may say a lot about the type of personality that you have. So, it only makes sense to start off from the very "bottom" of the pile. Keep in mind that this category can also encompass those who are considered to be insomniacs. Sleeping less than three hours in total is generally associated with those who are under a great deal of stress and take their lives very seriously. They can be addicted to their work; often performing job-related tasks up to an hour before laying down to rest. Unsurprisingly, this is the same type of person who is likely to suffer from conditions such as fatigue and health problems. Although they are well aware that they have a sleeping problem, they tend to do little about it. However, there is a potential silver lining here. Genius minds such as Thomas Alva Edison and Leonardo DaVinci were some of the most famous and productive insomniacs in the world. They would both take "cat naps" of no more than 20 minutes at a time throughout the day and evening.

Between 3 and 5 Hours

Those who sleep between three and five hours a night tend to be highly focused on their work and their family life. It can be difficult for them to put the tasks of the day out of their mind and even their dreams can reflect these worries. As this individual will often awake feeling quite tired, they are the least likely to exhibit the attributes of a "morning person". Interestingly enough, this category now comprises a sizeable portion of the workforce within the United Kingdom. This type of sleeper is also prone to have relationship problems, for such a tiredness can frequently manifest itself in a short temper, frequent outbursts and a general sense of dissatisfaction. Still, this individual is quite loyal to his or her family and is heavily focused on their needs (even if the sacrifice of sleep is the end result). Like the insomniac mentioned earlier, sleeper of between three and five hours will often feel "under the weather" and as their immune systems are generally lower, they can be more prone to illness.
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