Sleep: Why Roger Federer Gets 12 Hours of It & How to Hack Your Own Sleep

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  1. Fraser says:

    You can survive much longer than 2 weeks without food. Generally 2-7 days without water, and until you lose all your body fat for food. Sleep, you can last for long without, but you start getting micro sleeps and you quality of life and health decreases to the stage where it isn’t worthwhile

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