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Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Sleep?

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Most sleep experts agree that people need seven or eight hours of sleep a night, Gizmodo reports. But is there such a thing as getting too much sleep? This is a controversial question among experts. The good news is if you're worried you're sleeping too much, you probably aren't. But if you're sleeping a lot and you're still feeling tired you might have severe clinical disorder. Approximately 70% of people need between six and nine hours of sleep a night.

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