Do you think you know how many hours of sleep you need in order to feel rested? Let this personality quiz put you in the know!
START THE QUIZ!
Do you feel rested in the morning?
Not a chance
On average, how many hours of sleep do you get per night?
4 hours or less
How old are you?
In the past 2 weeks, have you ever fallen asleep during the day?
Once or twice
Not at all
Do you currently have children?
Not yet but someday
Do you often have so much work to do, that you have to finish it at home?
Every now and then
I don't work
How often does someone comment that you are irritable or moody during the day?
Every now and then
What time do you go to bed each night?
What is your favorite time of day?
What keeps you up at night?
Anxiety about work
All of the things I have to do
Fear of missing out
You need a full 9 hours of sleep per night. There's no cutting back on sleep for you. With your full schedule and demanding lifestyle, you need all the sleep you can get. According to the National Sleep Foundation, busy active adults often need at least 9 hours in order to feel rested.
You need 8 hours of sleep per night! This is what the average adult requires nightly. Based on your level of activity, busy lifestyle, and demands both at work and home, we'd say 8 hours is a recommendation you can believe in.
You require 7 hours of sleep per night! You have a busy lifestyle, but fortunately you feel rested and ready to go on a mere 7 hours. According to the National Sleep Foundation, most adults under age 65 only need 7 hours to feel ready to face the day.
You need 6 hours of sleep per night! Unlike most adults, you only need 6 hours of sleep to feel rested. Your schedule isn't overly demanding, but it isn't by any means light. You're one of the lucky few who feels refreshed an ready to go on a mere 6 hours.
You only need 4 hours of sleep per night! We're by no means recommending you sleep 4 hours a night, in fact, we think you should probably get a bit more shut eye. Somehow, you manage to function and live your life on a simple 4 hours, which is both impressive, and a bit scary!