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Author: Xim    From the mobile phone    Show all posts   Read mode

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Post time 30-5-2020 08:41 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts |Read mode
Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera....

Setiap org perlu tidur untuk dapatkan badan yg sihat....di sini saya nak tanya betul ke setiap org ade perbezaan keperluan untuk tidur?

contohnya si A setiap hari perlukan tidur 4jam sehari....

Manakala si B setiap hari perlukan tidur 6jam sehari....

Saya kadang2 hanya tidur 4jam sehari tapi keesokan harinya badan rasa sakit2,sakit kepala,rasa x larat,sakit tengkuk....pastu mulalah menguap je kejenye.....sdgkn org lain ade yg tidur 4jam tapi masih lagi gagah ....

Kadang2 tu waktu tidur dah hampir cukup tapi terbangun pulak 2,3pagi pergi toilet pastu sambung tidur akan terlajak bgn....selalunya bgn kul 5 tapi terlajak jadi kul 6.....adekah sbb saya terlalu "manjakan" diri atau keperluan tidur saya sepatutnya 7jam tanpa gangguan?

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Post time 30-5-2020 08:57 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
iols tidur 6 jam
Masa muda lagi teruk tengah grup assignment iols taktahan midnite je kena tido no compromise
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 Author| Post time 30-5-2020 09:00 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
KIM.K replied at 30-5-2020 08:57 AM
iols tidur 6 jam
Masa muda lagi teruk tengah grup assignment iols taktahan midnite je kena tido no ...

Midnite ofcoz mmg kena tidur....tapi aiols mase ujung2 sem dulu struggle sampai tpakse minum kopi....dpt tdo sejam elok plak time tu xde masalah
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Post time 30-5-2020 09:02 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Xim replied at 30-5-2020 09:00 AM
Midnite ofcoz mmg kena tidur....tapi aiols mase ujung2 sem dulu struggle sampai tpakse minum kopi. ...

Meols pn dulu kat uni acah la minum kopi konon boleh berjaga tp kalau meols nak tidur meols tetap tidurrr. Assignment entah kemana. Hehe
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Post time 30-5-2020 09:06 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Pengalaman meols kena badan cukup rehat and ada deep sleep baru meols rasa fully rest.

Kalaau meols terjaga jaga mmg penat wpn tempoh sleeping time tu lama. Bangun lg tidur pn lagi lemau. Kalau deep sleep dlm 4-5jam takde gangguan meols akan bangun and tak letih.

Sejak dah berusia ni meols rasa ngantuk je meols akan tidur cth lps maghrib tu ke. Meols tidur and set alarm and bangun isyak. Sbb kalau meols tahan tahan mata ni terus tak jadi nak tidur mula la tenung dinding smp 3pg.
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loladaily replied at 30-5-2020 09:02 AM
Meols pn dulu kat uni acah la minum kopi konon boleh berjaga tp kalau meols nak tidur meols tetap  ...

Kdg2 aiols mcm tu jugak....nk kate selalu minum kopi x pun....so patutnye kopi belum immune dlm bdn....tiberr immune :p
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Post time 30-5-2020 09:10 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Xim replied at 30-5-2020 09:06 AM
Kdg2 aiols mcm tu jugak....nk kate selalu minum kopi x pun....so patutnye kopi belum immune dlm bd ...

Hahaha kan. Kalau dah penat tu meols tidur je wpn tgh buat assignment group. Meols penah minum nescafe kawww konon nak sembang dgn kwn meols smp pagi sekalinyaa kawan meols ajak balik rupanya meols dah terlelap kat mejaa..hehehw
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Post time 30-5-2020 10:02 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Iols tudo yg tak tido.. Hahaha.... Badan penat tak tau nak citer..
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Post time 30-5-2020 10:13 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Edited by Tinot7 at 30-5-2020 10:18 AM

Setiap org waktu dan tempoh masa tidur berbeza. Ni bergantung kpd umo juga. Baby perlukan byk tidur, dewasa kurang skit.


Iols kena cukup tidor. Kalau tak, tak boleh berfungsi dgn baik esoknya.


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 Author| Post time 30-5-2020 10:32 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
loladaily replied at 30-5-2020 09:06 AM
Pengalaman meols kena badan cukup rehat and ada deep sleep baru meols rasa fully rest.

Kalaau meo ...

Tu la....mmg tdo xleh ade gangguan....nnt kna start balik dr awal....camtu slp2 trlajak subuh dibuatnye....
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Post time 30-5-2020 10:50 AM | Show all posts
Getting enough sleep is very important
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sarah82 replied at 30-5-2020 10:02 AM
Iols tudo yg tak tido.. Hahaha.... Badan penat tak tau nak citer..

Adoi sis ..aiols x brani paksa diri mcm sis ....takut jugak effect kshtn....lgpn nnt bdn sakit2 ...
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Tinot7 replied at 30-5-2020 10:13 AM
Setiap org waktu dan tempoh masa tidur berbeza. Ni bergantung kpd umo juga. Baby perlukan byk tidur, ...

9hours lamenye....byk keje rmh leh settlekan tu...hmmm...
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Post time 30-5-2020 11:10 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Xim replied at 30-5-2020 11:06 AM
9hours lamenye....byk keje rmh leh settlekan tu...hmmm...

Kaka umo baper?
Org dewasa minima 7 jam. Ke kaka remaja lagi?
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Post time 30-5-2020 11:17 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Xim replied at 30-5-2020 11:04 AM
Adoi sis ..aiols x brani paksa diri mcm sis ....takut jugak effect kshtn....lgpn nnt bdn sakit2 .. ...

La.. Bukan paksa diri.. Mmg mcm tu iols tido.
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Post time 30-5-2020 01:56 PM | Show all posts
mostly rata2 aku tgk org gemok tak cukup tido tp cargas
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 Author| Post time 30-5-2020 02:19 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Tinot7 replied at 30-5-2020 11:10 AM
Kaka umo baper?
Org dewasa minima 7 jam. Ke kaka remaja lagi?

Adults sis....hehe....umur biarlah rasia....gittew .....
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 Author| Post time 30-5-2020 02:20 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
sarah82 replied at 30-5-2020 11:17 AM
La.. Bukan paksa diri.. Mmg mcm tu iols tido.

Haish....Take care la sis.....
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 Author| Post time 30-5-2020 02:21 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
tagas replied at 30-5-2020 01:56 PM
mostly rata2 aku tgk org gemok tak cukup tido tp cargas

Ye ke??so kena jd gemok la ni..tibehh....
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