14 bizarre sleeping habits of super successful people


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Gold medalist Michael Phelps built a custom sleep chamber in his bedroom.

For busy, successful people, sleep is a precious commodity - rare and treasured.


So when it comes to getting a solid night of shut-eye, some do everything they can to not let insomnia, pressure at work, or snoring spouses get in the way - even if that means creating a weird nightly routine or napping to get through the day.

Here's a look at the most bizarre sleeping habits of 14 highly successful people.

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This is an update of an article originally written by Vivian Giang.