Strange Sleeping Habits of 32 Famous People

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Bizarre Sleeping Habits of Famous People

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People often hear about how important getting seven to eight hours of sleep is in order to function normally.

An estimated 50-70 million adults in the U.S. have some type of sleep or wakefulness disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). With a multitude of adverse health effects, insufficient shut-eye is an important public health concern.

For some of the most successful people on Earth, sleep is a precious commodity. Their sleeping habits often affect how well they perform on the job and they do everything possible not let it get in their way.

Sacrificing the sleeping time or cracking an individual sleeping pattern that feels right for them is a common thing for many famous people.

From creating a special atmosphere to establishing a specific positioning manner, the CelebJury infographic illustrates the bizarre sleeping habits of some of the most famous people in history.

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