- Daisuke Hori, 36, from Japan, has slept only 30 minutes a night for the past 12 years.
- Hori teaches hundreds of people how to reduce their sleep time to follow his more effective lifestyle.
- Hori says that after years of hard work, she gradually reduced her sleep duration.
Hori says that sleeping for such a short time not only does not cause him any health problems but also makes him more energetic and healthy. Hori is the chairman of the Short Sleeper Association of Japan. Hori teaches hundreds of people how to reduce their sleep time to follow his more effective lifestyle.
Hori says 16 hours a day is not enough to get everything he wants done. Then you can not waste time sleeping? With this, Fory began experimenting with ways to reduce the sleep schedule from eight hours to 30 minutes.
Fori had allowed the camera team of the popular Japanese TV show to follow him for three days to make it clear that he was not ‘pushing’. These days, Fory sleeps only half an hour or less. On the first day, Hori woke up at 8am and went to the gym and found time to read, write, and spend time with others. Fory, who fell asleep at 2 a.m. that day, woke up 26 minutes later without an alarm. Fory, who immediately went surfing at sea, came back after a while and went to the gym.
Fory also found time to play video games at nights. Fory is now training them to reduce the length of their sleep so they can spend time with friends. Fory says he eats caffeine to keep from falling asleep when he feels sleepy.
Hori says that after years of hard work, he gradually reduced his sleep duration. At the same time, doctors say that in a healthy lifestyle, a person should get six to nine hours of sleep a night.