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    **Wang Xiang** Male

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    sleeping habit can be changed by changing your work routine.
    if somebody is free have nothing to do much and free all the time so its obvious he will not sleep earlier because he is relax.
    but if someone doing job from 8am to 6pm then definitely he is tired because of long working and cant go to bed earlier for relaxation.

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    **Caitlin Hawdon** Female

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    My sleeping time is not fixed but when ever i go to bed i'll sleep.

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    **Jemma Lones** Female

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    Oh goodness, it depends greatly on whether or not a new book has graced my e-reader. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depends on how you look at it), when I have a new book I'm obsessed with, I won't put it down until i'm done with it. Depending on the length, it would usually take me from 1 hour to 5 hours (I'm a fast reader). So if it's the latter, I usually get some shut eye at around 1-2 am. But if I'm just drained from the entire day, earliest is 10pm.


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