How Much Sleep Do You Need?

There’s no shortage of studies or information out there on the topic of sleep.

As we grow up, the different stages of our lives factor in heavily and affect the amount we should aim to get at different age intervals.

Below is as general breakdown of how many hours of sleep you need each and every night, according to the National Institute of Sleep:

0-3 months old (Newborns) – Between 14 and 17 hours each night

4-11 months old (Infants) – 12 to 15 hours

1-2 years old (Toddlers) – 11 to 14 hours

3-5 years old (Preschools) – 10 to 13 hours

6-12 years old (Adolescents) – 9 to 11 hours

13-17 years old (Teens) – 8 to 10 hours

18-25 years old (Young Adults) – 7 to 9 hours

26-64 years old (Adults) – 7 to 9 hours

65 + (Seniors) – 7 to 8 hours

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