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10 Celebrity Insomniacs and their home remedies to sleep better.

July 15th, 2009

As a society, we try to relate to famous individuals. Everyone can relate to someone famous. What if you could relate to a celebrity but it wasn’t necessarily for a great reason. Check out this list. Here are the top 10 celebrities and their home remedies to sleep better.

1. Marlene Dietrich (actress)-Ate a sardine and onion sandwich on rye to sleep at night.
2. Amy Lowell (poet)- Often reserved 5 hotel rooms but only one to sleep in. She would make sure that their were empty rooms on either side of her, above and below to ensure absolute quiet.
3. W.C. Fields (actor)-Sometimes, he could only fall asleep under a beach umbrella that was sprinkled with a garden hose.
4. Alexandre Dumas (author)-He took late-night strolls to cure his insomnia.
5. Judy Garland (actress)-She had been prescribed amphetamines as a teenager to control her weight. She took so many of these that she often would be up for three or four days straight. She eventually died of a drug overdose.
6. Tallulah Bankhead (actress)-She hired young girls to keep her company and hold her hand until she fell asleep.
7. Franz Kafka (author)-From his journal dated October 2, 1911, “Sleepless night. The third in a row. I fall asleep soundly, but after an hour I wake up, as though I had laid my head in the wrong hole.”
8. Theodore Roosevelt (U.S. President)-He would take a shot of cognac in a glass of milk.
9. Groucho Marx (comic actor)-On his sleepless nights, he would call people up in the middle of the night and insult them.
10. Mark Twain (author)-When he was staying as a guest at a friend’s house, he threw a pillow out of the window. He was able to finally fall asleep once the crash let in what he thought was enough fresh air. In the morning he found out that he had broken a glass-enclosed bookcase.

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