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What I Learned from Five Years of ‘Biphasic’ Sleeping

Sleep hacking has its ups and downs.

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When I landed a dream client five years ago, there was just one hitch: I would have to work a two and a half hour shift, starting at 4:30 am. It was well paid, interesting work, and so I ended up accepting, pushing aside my worries of sleep deprivation.

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