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We now know that 24 hours without sleep, or a week of sleeping four or five hours a night induces an impairment equivalent to a blood alcohol level of .1 percent. We would never say, ‘This person is a great worker! He’s drunk all the time!’ yet we continue to celebrate people who sacrifice sleep for work.

Insights from the doctor who coaches athletes on sleep. Pair with the science of what actually happens while you sleep and how it affects your every waking hour.

More on sleep here.

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I’ve really got to start getting more rest…

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Oh jesus. What about years on little to no sleep?

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theultraintrovert:

Remember when African ethnicities were mocked for stretching their earlobes and indigenous folks for “sticking shit” through their septums , but once such practices were adopted by industrial nations during the 80’s/90’s and white folks/White punks/White hipsters started to do it, it was all cool, unique, civil and “Original”?

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hiphopphotomuseum:

Today in Hip-Hop history.  Dr. Dre’s debut solo single “Deep Cover” was released under Solar Records on April 9, 1992. The track was recorded for the soundtrack of the film Deep Cover. The song features Snoop Dogg making his first appearance on record. Today marks its 22nd Anniversary.

hiphopphotomuseum:

Today in Hip-Hop history.  Dr. Dre’s debut solo single “Deep Cover” was released under Solar Records on April 9, 1992. The track was recorded for the soundtrack of the film Deep Cover. The song features Snoop Dogg making his first appearance on record. Today marks its 22nd Anniversary.

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