The Sleep Revolution
A review of

The Sleep Revolution

Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time

Get More Sleep

by David Meyer

No one, Ariana Huffington argues persuasively, gets enough sleep and everybody should get more. Now, find the time.

Arianna Huffington – co-founder, president and editor-in-chief of Huffington Post Media Group, cultural phenomenon, and author of Thrive, Third World America, On Becoming Fearless and Pigs at the Trough – showed that she’s an excellent editor-in-chief in her years building the Huffington Post. With this book, she rings the alarm about a “sleep-deprivation crisis.” Few people get enough; almost everyone needs more. Sleep, it turns out, is crucial to your mental and physical health.

When Huffington collapsed due to lack of sleep, she was surprised, at first, and then she got to work doing in-depth research and applying her findings to change her own habits and to write this book. 

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    K. B. 6 years ago
    I strongly believe this. When I was younger, I had a twisted paradigm that if I got sleep I wouldn't perform as well. I was running on adrenaline everyday. Then I would oversleep to compensate. That is why I thought that getting sleep was bad. Now seeing the difference of getting constant sleep, I have clarity of purpose as described in this summary.

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