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16 December 2010 / Liz Johns

Sleep A Bit Less, Live A Bit Longer, Or So They Say

Tired? Me too. I could do with a couple of extra hours sleep per night. Or could I?

I’ve always found 8 and a 1/2 hours sleep to be the optimum, but a survey done a few years back by a couple of researchers in Japan revealed that people who sleep roughly 7 hours a night live longer than those who sleep more. They found that those who slept 8 hours a night had a “significantly higher mortality than those who slept 7 hours” with mortality risks increasing the longer the snooze. Moving in the other direction, it was only when people reported having 4 hours sleep or less a night that increased mortality was again noted.

So we might be better off with 7 hours sleep a night, but there are some animals out there who need far less than that and some that need far more. The beloved giraffe is the shortest sleeper amongst mammals. They sleep only 1.9 hours a night on average, and often that is taken in smaller naps. As well as needing an incredibly short sleep per night, they mostly sleep standing up, twisting their necks back and resting their heads on their backs.

If just thinking about that makes you feel sleepy, you must be more like the Brown Bat that sleeps a whopping 19.9 hours a night. Well, I say a night but really that amounts to all of the night and half of the day as well. AND, not only do they spend all that time asleep, they top it off with a 6 month hibernation each year. Sensible creatures.

Here’s a sample of other animal species and their average snooze times:

Squirrel 14.9 hours

Rat 12.6 hours

Cat 12.1 hours

Hedgehog 10.1 hours

Pig 7.8 hours

Goat 5.3 hours

Elephant 3.5 hours

Horse 2.9 hours

Interesting huh? Now I’m off to catch some z’s myself.

‘Night, ‘night.


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  1. Yes, quite interesting … Thanks for the post!


  2. Mikalee Byerman / Dec 17 2010 3:56 am

    Absolutely fascinating!

    I’m stunned at an elephant’s average sleep time — you’d think to power a mass of that size, sleep would be a greater necessity!



    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:46 am

      I know, I was stunned at how many animals need so little sleep.


      • ganeshmuthiah / Dec 18 2010 5:41 am

        Since i started to blog, My sleep is getting less day by day.
        If one sleep 2 hour less for the next 50 years, that is additional 4 years in life to be awake.

        Excercise more , sleep less and enjoy life !!



  3. Bryan K / Dec 17 2010 4:00 am

    This is really interesting, but does Quality vs Quantity come into affect here, at least as far as humans go? I mean, sleeping five hours a night would eventually catch up to us, right? I’m not sure, of course, as I wasn’t the one doing the research. So anyways… good post. =)


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:48 am

      Very good point. I’m sure there were lots of factors included in the research, I just quoted the overall results. I’m pretty sure I couldn’t live on 5 hours sleep a night!


  4. Ava Aston's Muckery / Dec 17 2010 4:12 am

    You need to add average snooze time for my dogs: 24/7



    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:49 am

      Thank you. Yes, pet snoozing time really ups the total hours (lucky creatures!)


  5. Gina Mortenson / Dec 17 2010 4:42 am

    Great post and congrats on being Freshly Pressed! I think I am going to ask Santa to turn me into a bat for Christmas…would love to catch on some sleep. I haven’t had a good night’s rest since I had kids…16 years ago!
    Happy Holidays!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:49 am

      Let me know how the bat transformation goes, I’m pretty tempted myself.
      Happy Christmas.


  6. Modern Funk / Dec 17 2010 4:46 am

    I love sleep. I would rather sleep more and die young…as bad as that sounds. Yep, I am a total squirrel.

    Happy holidays!


  7. humanitarikim / Dec 17 2010 5:16 am

    I agree about the quality versus quantity. 4 hours of deep, restful sleep can be far more invigorating than 7 hours of light sleep. At any rate, I strive for 7 hours a night. I don’t always succeed, but what are goals for if we don’t try? Good post!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:51 am

      Thanks for your comment. Quality always betters quantity, eh. I’ll check out your blog soon.


  8. All County Insurance - Brea, California / Dec 17 2010 5:19 am

    This was a very interesting post! Giraffes have it bad…1.9 and while standing up and they rest their head on their neck? Oh my… so sad..


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:52 am

      LOL. Hopefully the giraffes don’t see it that way.


  9. Catherine / Dec 17 2010 5:33 am

    This is very interesting … I, too, feel best after 8 hours of good sleep. Good to think about, and maybe I won’t feel so bad when I don’t get enough sleep as I’d like!


  10. Lilian / Dec 17 2010 6:05 am

    Love the giraffe picture!


  11. lilzbear / Dec 17 2010 6:10 am

    I’ve always wondered how we have come up with 8 hours, it sounds like an arbitrary number…just like 8 glasses of water a day…who gets to decide?


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:53 am

      You’re absolutely right. These ‘facts’ are just made up then portrayed as being absolute truth so we all believe it. I’m very dubious about the 8 glasses/pints/litres whatever of water we’re supposed to drink a day too.


  12. educlaytion / Dec 17 2010 6:16 am

    Cool facts. No wonder giraffes only sleep 2 hours a night. I get a crick in my neck and I’m only 6’2″. And 19.9 hours of sleep can’t possibly counted as “in one night.” I thought the number for cats would be higher though. Congrats on FP.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:54 am

      Yes, I thought the number for cats would be higher. But that’s stats for you, take them with a pinch of salt.


  13. heartofpalm / Dec 17 2010 6:32 am

    I love your blog!
    Cats only sleep 12 hours on average? I feel like my cats sleep way more than that!
    Thanks, your post is interesting!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 10:55 am

      Doubting cat figure myself now. Will have to investigate more. My cats hardly seem to be awake either.


      • munira's bubble / Dec 17 2010 8:40 pm

        Yeah, it seems my cat sleeps 12 hours in the morning and 12 hours at night!
        Cute post 😀


  14. notesfromrumbleycottage / Dec 17 2010 6:37 am

    Fun post. It almost makes me feel sloth-like with my need for eight hours.


  15. chadsgilbert / Dec 17 2010 6:41 am

    I am in for one heck of a long life…


  16. Joana Johnson / Dec 17 2010 6:46 am

    This is just what I needed to read today. I’m sleepless in California…two small children (my own) keep waking me up at night!



  17. Evie Garone / Dec 17 2010 6:56 am

    Interesting post. I find the facts about the animals interesting, but the stats about humans, I’m a little skeptical of. It’s kind of like the facts about food like olive oil, one year it’s good for you, then it’s not, I think it’s all common sense. I don’t think we can all be put in one group some people need 6 hours sleep, some people need 10, it depends on you, and you should know your own body if you are aware…I don’t see why too much sleep would make you die earlier, though, but I’m not an EXPERT…


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 11:00 am

      I’m not an expert either. I got the info from the survey summarised here:

      There must be loads of other factors involved, of which the amount of sleep is only one. Otherwise it doesn’t correlate to other mammals sleep/mortality patterns, and we’re not physiologically much different from them.


  18. acleansurface / Dec 17 2010 6:58 am

    Something I have never seen before is always welcome, thanks!
    Horses only sleep 2-3 hours a night?? Wow.


  19. Sai / Dec 17 2010 7:00 am

    Did you guys know that sloth sleeps on average 19 hours a day, some sleeps up to 23 hours.


    Don’t know what they are, click below:


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 11:01 am

      Excellent link. They are the cutest aren’t they.


  20. oluwafemi1984 / Dec 17 2010 7:12 am

    personally, I’m an eight hour kind of sleep guy. Even when I get 6 hours of sleep I feel drousy throughout the day. Maybe it’s just me though. Anyway, interesting subject matter!


  21. Gbenga Awomodu / Dec 17 2010 7:23 am

    Yea, I sleep between 5 to 7 hours at night. I hardly sleep up to 8 hours a day. lol! @ the camel twisting it’s neck to get some (short) sleep! 🙂


  22. Gbenga Awomodu / Dec 17 2010 7:25 am



  23. Lindsay / Dec 17 2010 7:33 am

    Fascinating! I shared this trivia with my coworkers.


  24. vixstar1314 / Dec 17 2010 8:43 am

    hey there, interesting post.
    I think you should add koala bear to your list too, as they sleep a lot too ^_^


  25. auntbethany / Dec 17 2010 8:49 am

    The image of the giraffe is adorable…did you take it? You should be FP just for that!

    Some nights, when I know I need to be up early, I try to go to bed at a reasonable hour, and can get up to 8 hours of sleep. I am always surprised, however, when I wake up and feel groggy the rest of the day. Sometimes, 6 hours leaves me refreshed and ready to tackle my work load.

    Great post! Congrats on FP!


  26. pltprincess / Dec 17 2010 8:53 am

    Rarely do I get a full 8, so this little bite of info is good for me!


  27. enjoibeing / Dec 17 2010 9:15 am

    very very interesting. nice post and thanks for the fun facts


  28. victoriaannephotography / Dec 17 2010 9:30 am

    AWW CUTE picture 🙂


  29. gpeace / Dec 17 2010 9:38 am

    nearly 20 hours sleep a day, I like the sounds of that!


  30. ZACH / Dec 17 2010 9:51 am

    seven it is 🙂


  31. dearexgirlfriend / Dec 17 2010 9:53 am

    for some reason it doesnt surprise me that im closest to a pig…


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 11:04 am

      We’re all closest to the pigs, we just deny it. Superiority race complex I think.


    • mynakedbokkie / Dec 17 2010 6:20 pm

      HAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!! We have a pig called Henry- he is just huge, and hairy, and has SERIOUS teeth…… but really craves affection. (We inherited him,so it was not by choice). I have grown fond of him, but then again- i don’t have to sleep with him. My knight would have him for Christmas Lunch in a second.


  32. Who Is Jamari Fox? / Dec 17 2010 10:06 am

    Awww I like that.


  33. CAELAN HUNTRESS / Dec 17 2010 10:09 am

    I dunno…I just read a post today by Julien Smith about why sleep is awesome.. His researchers said that 7-9 hours is ideal.

    It’s not surprising that workaholic Japanese researchers would reveal findings that you should sleep less, and work more.


  34. fezzyscreativeworld / Dec 17 2010 10:09 am

    mmmhm very interesting…i love my sleep i couldnt survive sleeping a horses sleeping time id go mad! 🙂 x


  35. danielandjamie / Dec 17 2010 10:27 am

    Haha very cool. I’m sorry but to feel completely energized 8-10 hours of sleep is what i need. Call me a hedgehog I guess?..


  36. midnitechef / Dec 17 2010 10:32 am

    Very cute picture of the giraffe! I heard of another Japanese study that people who were slightly overweight (for size and age) lived 7 years longer than skinny people. So take that tidbit to lunch with you and have that dessert!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 11:05 am

      Well that’s 7 years off my life then. Maybe I can sleep less to compensate 🙂


  37. makingup3000 / Dec 17 2010 11:03 am

    I see the cat but how many hours for the dog. In between sleeping all night and I don’t know how much more during the day it’s probably more than the cat. And I thought the cat would be more.
    Just curious. Great blog!!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 11:06 am

      It looks like 14 hours for a dog, which makes me suspect that the cat figure is incorrect because they definitely sleep more than dogs.


  38. elisajoy / Dec 17 2010 11:10 am

    i love sleeping so much! if i don’t have more than eight hours than i am a total zombie. maybe everyone is different with how much sleep they need…i wonder.
    great post! i really enjoyed reading it.
    p.s. loved the giraffe pic 🙂


  39. Don / Dec 17 2010 11:16 am

    So what does that mean when I sleep 5 or 6 hours a night during the week, but 9-12 on the weekends? I wonder if the average counts, or my mortality only goes up by 2/7ths? Very interesting, and congrats on being freshly pressed!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 1:51 pm

      Good bit of analysis. 2/7 increase in mortality is better than none I guess 🙂


  40. The Kindness Clinic / Dec 17 2010 11:30 am

    I’m not getting the horses at 2.9 hours? That may be summertime. In the winter, mine go into sort of a hibernating state, like clockwork with the winter solstice. It starts with 12 hours and then gets longer with the diminishing daylight hours.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 1:52 pm

      Do horses sleep standing up too, like giraffes? I suspect those average sleep times I put in the blog are open to debate. Who knows where these stats originate.


  41. Colin L Beadon / Dec 17 2010 11:42 am

    That’s interesting, about sleep time. I’ve wondered if you lose weight if you sleep under colder conditions. I mean, without too much cover, or heating. Your body should tend to work harder to keep you warm, as you’re burning more energy. Anyhow, I tend to sleep on average, not more than 7.5 hours, waking early, about 5.30 am, and getting up, at very least by 6 am. I sleep with very light cover, in the hot weather, no cover and a fan. Perhaps that is why I’m a light 120 -130 pounds, never ever crossed 140, even when feeding to extreme on ships or offshore rigs.
    It seems to suggest sleeping under too warm conditions, shuts down your metabolic system, so you don’t lose weight like that. Anyhow, I’m 75 now, but have lost so much sleep on ships and drilling rigs, often going days with very little sleep, or none.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 1:54 pm

      I like that theory. The body certainly must use more energy to keep warm and hence burn off fat and keep you thin. You obviously prove that theory 🙂 Maybe we should get some Japanese scientists to research it.


  42. Frank Lee MeiDere / Dec 17 2010 12:16 pm

    For years “they” said we needed eight hours of sleep. Then about seven or so years ago “they” discovered that actually we needed much more and that only 10 hours of slumber a night could stave off early mortality. Now “they” say we only need seven hours of sleep.

    All this is making me tired. I’m going to take a nap.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 1:55 pm

      I don’t know who ‘they’ are either, but I suspect they are messing with our brains. Enjoy your nap.


  43. bookjunkie / Dec 17 2010 12:26 pm

    Just before I saw your article on Freshly Pressed I was googling whether 6 hours of sleep a night was normal. I have been a night owl and I have been trying to normalize my sleep cycle. Lately I find that I naturally wake up without an alarm clock after 6 hours. I was wondering if that’s enough sleep. On nights when I try to get 8 hours sleep I end up oversleeping and more tired and zonked out than ever.

    Thanks for this post….really interesting stuff 🙂


    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:42 am

      I’m not sure anyone really knows yet how much sleep is good enough and whether any amount is ‘normal’. Must be great being a night owl – everything would be so quiet 🙂


  44. The Ramblings Of A Demented Mind / Dec 17 2010 12:56 pm

    Eww! Interesting facts! Thanks for sharing!


  45. harold / Dec 17 2010 1:02 pm

    hehe.. i’m a goat and soon to evolve to elephant. better eat lots of pork.oink oink..


  46. rebequetzalcoatl / Dec 17 2010 1:05 pm



  47. Heather CJ Atkins / Dec 17 2010 1:17 pm

    Squirrels are the best! If I had my way I’d sleep a good 15 hours a day too 🙂

    Thanks for the interesting post!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 1:56 pm

      They are cute aren’t they. And very sensible too sleeping 15 hours a day.


  48. Rachel / Dec 17 2010 1:41 pm

    This was super interesting and informative! Thanks for sharing! It also makes me feel better than I thrive when I get about 6 hours of sleep a night. More than 7.5 hours just makes me sleepy again.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 17 2010 1:57 pm

      It’s funny. Half the comments on this post are from people who want more sleep (me included) and the other half from people who don’t need too much. I guess there’s no such thing as average.


  49. inabraw / Dec 17 2010 2:45 pm

    Nice post. Interesting


  50. Abigail / Dec 17 2010 3:29 pm

    That’s interesting, but what I would like to know is if they considered general health into this mixture. I went on a diet because of some stomach pain I was having. Besides completely taking away my stomach pain, I also started needing less sleep and was able to function for longer on less sleep. So maybe the people who are sleeping only seven hours a night have generally healthier eating habits.

    Just a thought. Am considering reposting. (Sleep is always a good science fiction element. 😀 )


    • Abigail / Dec 17 2010 3:39 pm

      Oh, and apparently whoever made that list of yours doesn’t know my hamsters or dogs. Hamsters: Only 14.3 hours of sleep? And Dogs 10.6? I think my dogs are closer to… 20? 🙂 (Well, except the puppy, and we WANT her to sleep.)


      • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:45 am

        I suspect general health is a vital factor is in the sleep/mortality results. No idea whether they factored that in or not. A lot of research data is skewed to get interesting results I think.

        How long DO hamsters sleep? Or should I ask, how long are they awake?


  51. Diseasoned / Dec 17 2010 5:23 pm

    Wow, didn´t know that it´s bad to sleep a bit more. Why is it bad to snooze just a hour more? Are there any biological reasons? If I sleep more wouldn´t the cells regenerate a bit more and I feel a bit more rested?

    Very interesting article.
    Thanks for posting! ^^


    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:47 am

      Can’t answer your questions, but I’d take the survey results with caution. Thanks for commenting.


  52. thewildhearts / Dec 17 2010 5:37 pm

    Eff that noise. If I could sleep for 50% of every day, I would. Good job, bats!
    Oh, and congrats on being FP! 🙂


  53. rtcrita / Dec 17 2010 5:39 pm

    I’m surprised most about the squirrels. I see and hear them scampering all over the place around here. To me, it looks and sounds like they NEVER sleep!

    I’d say I get about as much sleep as a goat most nights; when I’m lucky, I sleep like a pig. And on the ocassional Saturday morning, just call me a hedgehog!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:49 am

      I like your comment. The phases of sleep by animal.


  54. fukutoshin / Dec 17 2010 5:45 pm

    Come to think of it, the Japanese researchers make sense to claim that mortality risk rate increases with sleeping time. Afterall, humans are prone to stop breathing when we sleep. However, the title of this post, without reading through, I would have agreed with you fully. Sleeping less means freeing up more time in a day. That’s almost the same as saying we do live a bit longer, if we measure our lifespan by how much things we accomplished rather than by the minutes and seconds.


    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:53 am

      Excellent observation. Of course, sleeping less DOES mean that in effect we live longer. I guess it depends on whether we differentiate between ‘living’ and ‘existing’. The title should have been – Sleep Less, Exist Longer – not so attractive now is it?
      Thanks for your insightful comment. It made me think. 🙂


  55. Sister Earth Organics / Dec 17 2010 5:59 pm

    Your blog is adorable!
    I am looking at my fish right now, and I would say, they don’t ever sleep!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:57 am

      Interesting – how do fish sleep. Must look into that. I know that there are some fish, sharks I think, that have to move constantly to keep water flowing through their gills, but they must have some sort of sleep mechanism.


  56. mynakedbokkie / Dec 17 2010 6:22 pm

    I wish i could sleep a few hours a night!!! Imagine how much more we could do!!!!


  57. laynechin / Dec 17 2010 6:32 pm

    I want to be a cat, who sleeps 20h everyday.


  58. Shanna VanNorman / Dec 17 2010 7:06 pm

    F* that. I’d rather sleep 10 hrs a night and die at 60 than be miserable. Although I’m sure I’ll never get more than 5 hrs now that my daughter is teething. Bitter.

    Congrats on being fresh.

    Please check out my blog.




    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 6:59 am

      The teething will come to an end, then it’ll be time for sleep again for you, I hope.


  59. Asian Butteryfly / Dec 17 2010 7:36 pm

    Wow indeed an interesting post. 😀


  60. mybakingempire / Dec 17 2010 8:12 pm

    Very interesting factoids! I guess I don’t have to be so worried about the 6/7 hours I get per night 🙂


  61. Donia / Dec 17 2010 10:31 pm

    really interesting… very nice post. Thanks for sharing it.


  62. yussuf a / Dec 17 2010 10:46 pm

    Great post , thanks for sharing ! Good luck


  63. Schilder / Dec 17 2010 10:46 pm

    Whats better? Being a bat or a giraffe?

    I like sleeping. But giraffes seem to have much spare time. 😉


  64. Cheryl McNulty / Dec 17 2010 11:39 pm

    Yep! I understand this blog too! Great topic! 🙂 Cheryl


  65. Snoring Dog Studio / Dec 18 2010 12:43 am

    Live longer, maybe, but according to new research, you won’t be as attractive. I’m so confused. Sleep more, wake up pretty, sleep less, wake up with a few more years added to my life but settle for not being “hot.” Who knows what to do? Interesting post, and thank you!


    • Liz Johns / Dec 18 2010 7:01 am

      Hahaha – live longer and be ugly. Not many of us would opt for that, at least not until the point when it’s too late for ‘looks’ anyway.


  66. zfarlinda / Dec 18 2010 1:52 am

    so……………. interesting


  67. athens agent of coven / Dec 18 2010 2:24 am

    loved this


  68. Simon Sim / Dec 18 2010 4:03 am

    cute nice blog 🙂


  69. PeacockWings / Dec 18 2010 8:24 am

    Very interesting!!


  70. managermamma / Dec 18 2010 9:13 am

    I think the more you sleep the better, you feel better and you look better. They say sleep makes you more beautiful:)


  71. photohand / Dec 18 2010 9:14 am

    I think there was some research proving that if you regularly sleep 8+ hours your aging process is slower. So you you might live a shorter life but you will look better:)


  72. The Little Explorer / Dec 18 2010 9:21 am

    Nice post! Now I know in my previous life I must have been a Brown Bat!


  73. Redge / Dec 18 2010 10:04 am

    For me 4 hours is optimal. If the shorter sleep cycle seems to be catching up to me, I may take an occassional power nap with a heavy book in that wakes me when it drops to the floor.

    I am also intrigued to learn that an elephant requires so little sleep yet manages to live for so many years.

    Great post! Thanks for sharing.


  74. Redge / Dec 18 2010 10:06 am

    It has also been rumoured that every hour before midnight counts as 2. Hmmm….


  75. Fungtastic / Dec 20 2010 7:38 pm

    19.9 hours of sleep sounds like pure bliss to me!


  76. gwenacious / Dec 21 2010 3:14 am

    I think the cat’s sleep hours should be listed by “young cat” and “older cat” – like with any of my over 10 year-old cats, they sleep definitely 16+ hours per day and it only gets worse as they age.
    I can’t say the same for humans… at least not any of the older folks I’ve known.
    I think this research makes sense for me… I’ve come to realize that when I get over 8 hours of sleep, it makes me groggy and unmotivated and that could literally sleep the entire day. However, if I get 6-7 hours, I feel much better… less tired.
    I can live on 4-5 hours of sleep, but not for more than 2 nights in a row or I CRASH on day 3… majorly.
    I think our bodies do a fine job of dictating what we need… of course staying up late for some “me time” and then being forced to get up for a job the next day can mask what you’re body would prefer.


  77. gwenacious / Dec 21 2010 3:16 am

    Grr… leave it to me to write “you’re” when it is supposed to be “your” – which is the exact opposite of how most people mess that up. Doh. Apparently I did NOT get my optimal sleep last night! 🙂


    • Liz Johns / Dec 24 2010 9:22 am

      Thanks for you’re comment. Your right, grammar goes out the window when your tired 😉


  78. Maddie / Dec 21 2010 5:25 pm

    that’s so cool! ^^ who knew sleeping less will let you live longer?! hmmm something good to think about.


  79. madamevilte / Dec 26 2010 3:27 pm

    I’ve learnt something new today 🙂 thank you x


  80. mothernaturespen / Dec 27 2010 6:16 am

    I guess I’m a hedgehog! I find I do best with about 9-10 hrs of sleep a night. Very interesting!


  81. Janet Tiong / Dec 31 2010 7:09 pm



  82. justdoitandloseit / Jan 2 2011 10:11 am

    I am blessed (yes, blessed) to be able to sleep until my eyes wake up. I find that to be usually between 8-9 hours. Of course, when it’s cold outside, it takes me longer. Sleep is a wonderful thing.


  83. Colleen - Finish My Plate / Jan 3 2011 4:55 pm

    definitely a post to consider. but i’m curious… what exactly are the risks associated with sleeping longer?


  84. Rinnnnn / Jan 8 2011 6:24 am

    animals really sleep that much ?
    the pictures are cute .. i myself
    love sleeping too :]


  85. Artie Platero / Feb 28 2011 7:13 pm

    cool web site you have btw



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