Are bearded dragons heavy sleepers

During the weekends i stay up quite late playing video games with my friends and talking with them i talk at a normal inside voice will this keep my bearded dragon awake
 

Gail

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In my experience, they are more likely to be kept awake by lights than sound.
If the room is staying brightly lit, you may want to cover the tank with a towel so its darker inside.
 

TurtugaTom

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Gail":3lodn40q said:
In my experience, they are more likely to be kept awake by lights than sound.
If the room is staying brightly lit, you may want to cover the tank with a towel so its darker inside.

Ok i usually have the lights of and he sleeps in a cussioned cat carrier with a blanket over it cause i try not to keep him in his tank thanks for reply
 

CooperDragon

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If he's covered like that, I don't think he'll notice or mind. I've had all of my guys in the living room and when they're tired they are quite heavy sleepers. As mentioned, they tend to react to light more than sound if anything.

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