Thursday, 29 September 2016

Question: If I sleep 4 - 5 hours per workday but I sleep as long as I want in the weekend, will I still have long term side effects?

Answer from Craig Anderson
In his biography, Humble Pie
[ www-amazon-co-uk/dp/
B003E74B24/r... ], Gordon
Ramsay actually says he did the
same thing during his training as
a young chef in Paris.
He'd spend his week working
like crazy, on top of constantly
experimenting with recipes and
flavours in a relentless effort to
try and improve himself. He
would grab 4–5 hours sleep a
night during his work week, and
then crash out fo
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