Sleep Deprivation

The amount of sleep required by the average person is five minutes more - Wilson Mizener

Sleep Deprivation

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Sleep deprivation is a national epidemic. And it's killing us

We live under the enduring spell of The Warrior Who Does Not Sleep, believing that many accomplished people survive on no more than 4.5 hours of “core sleep” a night. It’s a myth.

Many heroic non-sleepers used pills (John F. Kennedy was a walking pharmacy and once fell asleep…

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