Efficiency Hack: Sleeping More Than Once A Day


The sleep experts over at Dreams.co.uk have an infographic that may help change your life. It reveals four alternative sleeping cycles you didn’t know about  –


Turns out that the conventional wisdom of ‘seven to eight hours per night’ is not exactly what the doctor should have ordered.


Since I am a HUGE fan of power naps and a recovering night owl, I stumbled upon the effectiveness of a biphasic sleep cycle long ago. The problem was, I didn’t know I was right. Plus I have four kids at home (and one little angel who went back to heaven) under 12, one of whom is not even two years old yet. So you know, I don’t really know what sleep is ANYWAY.


The good news, however, is that a biphasic sleep cycle can work for most of us if we plan properly. Polyphasic sleep cycles seem to be more elusive to the working class, requiring a LOT more freedom and flexibility in one’s schedule.


However, no matter what you are empowered to do about the way you sleep, consider making it a new habit to sleep more than once per day. If you have ever had the experience of waking up early after only about five hours of sleep and then taking a good nap mid-day just to find that you got WAY more done that day than expected, there is good news – you can replicate that success on purpose, every day!


SEE ALSO: Nightly 8-Hour Sleep Isn’t a Rule. It’s a Myth.

(EXCELLENT read on the truth about sleep!)


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I.C. Jackson is a web marketing professional, and your new friend, sharing experiences and research with other friends who are determined to increase efficiency in all they do. Learn more about the author and how this blog got started here. We're gonna beat inefficiency together, guys.

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