This Is Why You Can't Go Back to Sleep When You Want To

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Life would be much easier if we could toggle the human body's sleep mode on and off as easily as we do on our phones. But for many people, there's an inverse relationship to what they want and what they get once they're under the covers—whether it's a few extra hours to snooze on a lazy Sunday morning, or the ability to spring out of bed feeling energized and ready for work. Apparently, this holds true even the world's most Type A athletes, as evidenced by a tweet Serena Williams posted earlier this morning.

 

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