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When is the best time to sleep? (a) night (b) morning (c) noon (d) while working (e) when feeling sleepy?
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The NIGHT is the best time to sleep. It is natural and scientific as well.

There is one hormone called "melatonin" which is responsible for good sleep and this hormone is produced from late evening to early morning or in other words in the presence of sun light it can not be produced. This is the reason why you should sleep at night and not in the day time if you want to ensure good sleep/quality sleep.

Our biological sleep cycle is controlled by SCN(Suprachiasmatic Nucleus) of brain. It is basically a group of cells that respond to light and dark signals. Light first hits the optic nerve of eye and then it travels to the SCN signalling to tell you "wake up", its a good morning. SCN also raise the body temperature and produce hormone such as cortisol and any change of your sleeping cycle will disrupt the SCN functioning, that is why you should also stick to a particular sleep schedule.

So it is always best to sleep at Night and stick to a particular sleep schedule to ensure that SCN functions properly and as far as possible stay away from the electronic products during your sleep. A good sleep is very very essential for your health.

Reference- https://www.sleep.org/articles/circadian-rhythm-body-clock/

Thank you and Have a great day.

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Is there a best time to rest? There is actually a saying that dozing early and awakening early is useful for your wellbeing. How obvious is that? Is it okay to rest late and wake up late?

You really have an astonishing organic clock ticking inside your body. It is exceptionally exact. It directs your different body capacities including your resting time.

From 11pm to 3am, the greater part of your blood course moves in your liver. Your liver gets bigger when loaded up with more blood. This is a critical time when your body experiences detoxification process. Your liver kills and separates body poisons amassed for the duration of the day.

In any case on the off chance that you don't rest as of now, your liver can't do this detoxification procedure easily.

· If you rest at 11pm, you have full 4 hours to detoxify your body.

· If you rest at 12am, you have 3 hours.

· If you rest at 1am, you have 2 hours.

· And in the event that you rest at 2am, you just have 1 Hr to detoxify.

Imagine a scenario in which you rest after 3am. Shockingly, you won't have whenever to really detoxify your body. On the off chance that you proceed with this dozing design, these poisons will collect in your body after some time. You recognize what occurs straightaway.

Imagine a scenario where you rest late and wake up late.

Have you taken a stab at going to bed late during the evening? Did you understand you feel exceptionally worn out the following day regardless of the amount you rest ?

Resting late and awakening late is undoubtedly awful for your wellbeing. Other than not having enough time to detoxify your body, you will pass up a major opportunity other imperative body works as well.

From 3am to 5am, most blood flow moves in your lung. What would it be advisable for you to do as of now? All things considered, you should practice and take in natural air. Take in great vitality into your body, ideally in a garden. As of now, the air is crisp with bunches of advantageous negative particles.

From 5am to 7am, most blood flow packs in your digestive organ. What would it be advisable for you to do as of now? You should crap! Go out all undesirable crap from your internal organ. Set up your body to ingest more supplements for the duration of the day.

From 7am to 9am, most blood flow amasses in your stomach. What would it be a good idea for you to do as of now? Have your morning meal! This is your most essential feast in multi day. Ensure you have all the required supplements from your morning meal. Not eating causes heaps of medical issues for you later on.

That is the best approach to begin your day

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Sleeping was meant for nighttime, and everybody knows that. However, you can also have a rest a daytime, or something what we call "nap".

Quality sleep is very important because it helps detoxify your body while you are sleeping. Besides, lack of sleep is detrimental to your health.

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That honestly depends on what kind of person you are, though I would not sleep while working.

Science has basically proven that humans were designed to either be day people or night people way back when so that there were humans who were more naturally designed to be up at night to keep watch without being tired all the time.

Pay attention to when you're most tired. I know I tend to be during the days, which means I'm a night owl myself and sleep most comfortably through mornings and afternoons and function better being up at night. My mom was a morning person and could never stay up very late, anything past 9 or 10pm was too much for her and she was up at 5:30am every morning even on weekends.

At the same time, evolution and generations have kind of muddied this line a little. My roommate can sleep whenever comfortably and is able to adjust his schedule at a moment's notice between day and night because his body doesn't care. 

Personally if you're unsure try different sleep schedules and see after what time you wake feeling most rested then go from there ^^

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I think the best time to sleep is at night. because in the morning and afternoon, the body does many activities. then at night it's time for the body to rest.

But the best sleep at night must be done on time. if someone sleeps too late at night, this is not good for their health. because it will cause health problems. such as the occurrence of premature aging, the occurrence of anemia, and the occurrence of a lack of concentration after waking up.

then sleep the best at night and must be done on time. around 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

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The best time to sleep is night...Because that's how nature designed it.

The calmness of night is best suited for sleeping. Multiple studies have shown that a good night sleep even for few hours is far good for health than sleep at other time.

You can also complement your night sleep with a two hour nap at noon, for best results:)

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Night!

And I must say, you don't have to wait till you're extremely tired before you sleep. That would be like waiting till you're extremely thirsty before you drink water.

Popular science says we should all get between 6 to 8 hours of sleep each day. You can check google for the numerous health benefits.

Best practice is to have a fix time when you go to bed.

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Analysis of various parties, both medically, has interpreted that we must have a schedule of adequate rest / sleep with a maximum duration of 8 hours for one day.

But that applies to some people who are already well-established and have had a good life, very much different from many people who need more time to work so that they get a decent and better life, so I argue that sleep is at night with a duration 6 hours and continue to sleep 2 hours during the day, but also it depends on each individual, so it is more logical to sleep and rest when the body begins to feel fatigue and the eyes feel deep pain, ...

Get enough rest, take care of your health, and be healthy and regular

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At night. I have a very hard time falling asleep during the day and there is no way I could sleep at work. 

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