Celebrity Sleep Secrets, and What You Can Learn From Them

Celebrities lead fabulous and often hectic lives—jetting across the country on a whim, partying at late-night hot spots, following rigorous touring or filming schedules—so it's no surprise that sleep may not always be a number-one priority.

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Reggie White

NFL defensive lineman and Hall of Famer White passed away in 2004 at the age of 43. Although he died from pulmonary sarcoidosis, White also had sleep apnea, a disorder that affects many football players because they are often heavy and have short, thick necks. White's wife, Sara, together with the Sleep Wellness Institute in Wisconsin, founded the Reggie White Sleep Disorders Research and Education Foundation to help raise awareness about the danger of sleep apnea.

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