By all accounts, sleep paralysis is a horrifying experience. So why is an intrepid group of dream explorers willfully pursuing it?
What if there was a way to unshackle yourself from the constraints of the normal sleep cycle and nod off as many as six hours less per night without feeling dazed, sleep deprived or anything but well-rested? Welcome to the world of polyphasic sleep.
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