He decided to sleep interruptedly like Napoleon and Da Vinci. Here’s what happened to him!

One modern man decided to try this method of polyphase sleeping. He decided to sleep 4.5 hours at night and 20 minutes during the day.

At least 7 or 8 hours of night sleep are enough so we can be healthy. Insufficient and low-quality dream could cause many health problems.

However, some of the greatest geniuses have neglected the night’s sleep, at least, this 8-hours combination.

Leonardo Da Vinci, Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson, Buckminster Fuller and Nikola Tesla were also known that they weren’t sleeping too much during the nights. It’s believed that this sleeping schedule.

Leonardo Da Vinci slept for 40 minutes on every 3.5 hours, Napoleon usually slept from midnight to 2 AM and from 5 to 7 AM. Thomas Jefferson apparently has never slept longer than 2 hours in a piece. The famous American architect and inventor, Buckminster Fuller, slept for 30 minutes every 6 hours. After few years of this sleeping regime, the doctors checked him and he was completely healthy.

One modern man decided to try this method of polyphase sleeping. He decided to sleep 4.5 hours at night and 20 minutes during the day.

He was extremely tired in the first two days of this experiment and he had no energy for doing usual daily activities. What happened during this experiment and what conclusion he came? You can see in the video: