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  #41 Old 28-04-2007 Default

Don't worry, there's plenty of products in the market to counter the outbreak of pimples
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Don't worry, there's plenty of products in the market to counter the outbreak of pimples

nevertheless, not many products which are really effective lerr... somehow, outcome will be different if you are rich enough...
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Push urself 2 get less sleep. Dun b afraid. U won't die. Wat's d worst that can happen? U'll get tired n fall asleep.
moreover, less sleep will dreadfully cause the outbreak of pimples..haha
Sure? Wat do u mean " less sleep" .... sleep 1 hour...or.....

Although it?s a common belief that 8 hours of sleep is required for optimal health, a six-year study of more than one million adults ages 30 to 102 has shown that people who get only 6 to 7 hours a night have a lower death rate. Individuals who sleep 8 hours or more, or less than 4 hours a night, were shown to have a significantly increased death rate compared to those who averaged 6 to 7 hours.

individuals who now average 6.5 hours of sleep a night, can be reassured that this is a safe amount of sleep. From a health standpoint, there is no reason to sleep longer.

I think 4.5 hours at night ....then some naps ( about 15mins) ....is enough...

It's my method.. u need not 2 follow ..... jz suggest

wat do u think?
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Push urself 2 get less sleep. Dun b afraid. U won't die. Wat's d worst that can happen? U'll get tired n fall asleep.
moreover, less sleep will dreadfully cause the outbreak of pimples..haha
Sure? Wat do u mean " less sleep" .... sleep 1 hour...or.....

I think 4.5 hours at night ....then some naps ( about 15mins) ....is enough...

It's my method.. u need not 2 follow ..... jz suggest

wat do u think?
perhaps you can have a try..
maybe 4.5 hours + naps is adequate for you...but definitely insufficient for me... less sleep certainly will affect my daily routines..
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Heeeee.... I jz sleep 3-5 hours at night.. then have about 2 times naps in the afternoon n evening.... 15 mins each time ....wake up naturely.... din feel tired ..... maybe jz 4 me .... others cannot

Eh....u cannot say sleep longer is better...is " Sleep Deeper is Better" Agree?

The link below is 4 u

Sleep Deeply, Live Longer

Do u agree w mi?
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Heeeee.... I jz sleep 3-5 hours at night.. then have about 2 times naps in the afternoon n evening.... 15 mins each time ....wake up naturely.... din feel tired ..... maybe jz 4 me .... others cannot

Eh....u cannot say sleep longer is better...is " Sleep Deeper is Better" Agree?

The link below is 4 u

Sleep Deeply, Live Longer

Do u agree w mi?

in fact, this is an equivocal issue....it's depends..
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  #47 Old 28-04-2007 Default

Yup... jz now I found an important thread...heee

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The best longevity prognosis is ensured by sleeping in compliance with one's natural body rhythm. Those who stick to their own good rhythm often sleep less because their sleep is better structured (and thus more refreshing). "Naturally sleeping" people live longer. Those who sleep against their body call, often need to clock more hours and still do not feel refreshed. Moreover, disease is often correlated with increased demand for sleep. Infectious diseases are renowned for a dramatic change in sleep patterns. When in coma, you are not likely to be adding years to your life. Correlation is not causation
Ha.... Naturally sleeping..... follow ur clock

Hi there....sAmurAi-X
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  #48 Old 28-04-2007 Default

However, if u're interested to know more about sleep less
please click the link below:

Sleep Less

I got some pdf files of sleep less which r better to learn about sleep less ( 3mb , about 200 pages)
u can request it by sending me PM or reply here
Must giv me ur email!
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  #49 Old 28-04-2007 Default

Hmm... the statistical results don't reflect anything other than a tendency...

this thread is becoming more and more like a advertisement thread...
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depends....
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