Arianna Huffington Bed
Arianna Huffington gets seven to nine hours of sleep a night by turning off all her electronic devices, taking a hot bath, and reading a book.
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It can be tough trying to fit everything into the day. Sometimes it can feel impossible to get everything done in 24 hours, and, as a result, the thing many of us tend to cut back on is sleep.

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According to research from the Sleep Foundation, adults need somewhere between seven and nine hours of sleep every night. The National Health Service says if you don’t get enough sleep, it can be really bad for your health. However, many of us still think it’s okay to stay up too late and get up too early.

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Some highly successful people put their fortunes down to only sleeping a few hours a night. President Trump, for example, only spends about four hours in bed. Others, however, are a bit more normal with their bedtime routines.

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We looked into the pre-bed habits of some of the most successful people in the world to see what changes we could be making.

Scroll down to see what 13 highly successful people do before they hit the hay.

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