This is a no brainer that our body language speaks a lot about us. Right from our walking, eating and sleeping habits it speaks volumes about the kind of individual we are. Just like in this article we’re going to introduce you to yourself taking into account you’re the time you go to sleep at night. Yes, even the time you decide to take off reveals much and here’s you need to you how.
As experts say, there is no right or wrong time to go to sleep. Some people are early birds, while others are nocturnal. The thing which actually matters is the quality of sleep. But there are certain things that your bedtime and sleeping habits may signify about you.Here’s what your bedtime says about you:
1. If you sleep by 8 p.m.
If you go to sleep by this time, (which is really rare) you are someone who has to start the day really early and sleeping any later would harm disrupt your next day.
2. If you sleep by 9 p.m.
This one falls in the line who has literally trained oneself to sleep very accurately and they are really strict about their bedtime. This also suggests that if on some days your sleep time gets delayed by even an hour, you get cranky and grumpy the next morning.
3. If you sleep by 10 p.m.
These people mostly cancel dinner and party plans at nights because you are completely exhausted by this time. You go to bed with no fitness plans in mind.
4. If you sleep by 11 a.m.
People who go to bed by 11 p.m. do not really fall off at 11. You sleep by 11:12, 11:34 or 11:46. You do try hard to be an early bird and want to take baby steps to make a healthy lifestyle. And you might as well.
5. If you sleep by 12 a.m.
This kind of person is a realist. After working for a long day, you are someone who makes sure that you get to spend some good time with yourself. You might utilize this time to write your journal, draw, paint, read and finally go to sleep when you actually feel like your eyes are closing.
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