Your bedtime routine greatly affects your mood and energy the next day. Because of this awareness, successful people always have an initiative in doing these things before going to bed.
Inventor Thomas Edison once thought of sleep as a waste of time, the genius Leonardo da Vinci used to forget to sleep, and “mad scientist” Nikola Tesla also used to be proud of just sleeping 2 hours every day …
Edison believed that sleeping a lot was a sign of laziness, and that sleep was a “legacy” from the days of human life. In an interview with 1889 Scientific American, Edison said he only slept 3-4 hours a day.
But not sleeping seamlessly, but taking a lot of naps during the day. That is, instead of trying to prolong the time of alertness, he wanted to make the most of the times when the mind was still lucid.
For the most successful people like Bill Gates, Joel Gascoigne, Oprah Winey … they always know how to take advantage of their precious time. Not only is it at daytime, the night before going to bed is also the time they spend their time on special habits, contributing to their success in their lives!
Some medical researchers also say that using the phone before going to bed is extremely harmful to health. Especially smartphones, wifi waves and phone waves can affect the brain in the long run. Therefore, it is best to remove this habit and replace it with better habits.
For busy people, success at work, sleep is a precious thing and sometimes very rare. While most people try to find a way to have a good night’s sleep, not to be bothered by the work (or even the snoring of their spouse), for some people, sleeping is not the best top fairy.
By putting the bedroom up high, Phelps reduces the amount of oxygen in the room. This makes his body work harder to produce more blood cells and provide oxygen to the muscles. It also helps strengthen, help him better prepare for competitions.
“It’s like a giant box. It’s like a boy and a balloon, ”Phelps said in CBS News in 2012.
Tesla sets limits in its sleep schedule. Like Da Vinci, Telsa applies “Uberman sleep cycle” and claims to never sleep more than two hours a day. His record is 84 hours of continuous lab work without a break.