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In 1973, Thai Ngoc Vietnamese farmer had a fever that seemed too much at first.
When the fever cleared up, he had a serious case of insomnia.
He didn't think much about it, hoping that in a week it would be gone.
Over 40 years later, he didn't sleep since the night of fever.
After over 12, 000 nights of no sleep, you think he'd be dead.
However, the only thing that went wrong with him after tests was mild liver problems.
The only concern Ngoc had was that after over three decades of sleep he was a bit grumbling.
He tried numerous home remedies and even tried to drink alcohol.
There appears to be nothing that works.
So why did his insomnia last so long? One of the reasons may be a condition known as "micro sleep."
Micro naps occur when part of your brain is exhausted and you decide to snap quickly a few seconds.
If you are tired, it has been experienced by most people, our brain switches shortly and continues again. A clear example of sleep while driving is falling asleep.
That could be how Ngoc has been doing for so long.
Many people now know of the very strange "synesthesia" phenomenon, which is when another's senses are crossed.
For example, if you eat a red skittle it might taste like a cherry, even if it didn't taste.
Some people feel colors with their eyes closed. Elisabeth Sulser combined her eyesight, hearing and taste, allowing her to see vivid waves of sound and taste music. She had spent her whole life supposing that this happened naturally, assuming that people could also taste and see music and sound.
However, when Sulser learned that nobody else had the skills, she felt solitary, because she could not share what she felt with others. But not everybody's healthy synesthesia. In noisy environments, people who can see sounds are overwhelmed constantly and often have headaches, as you would imagine.
Fortunately, Sulser is a musician, so these abilities help her to form colorful melodies and symphonies.
Sulser's synesthesia seems to have no adverse effects, although still a mysterious disorder, particularly since she sees only music (instead of regular sounds).
Anyone who has ever been in a marathon knows that sometimes you have to take a quick break.
Yet Dean Karnazes can work indefinitely for something about his muscles. The human body generates glucose energy, which also produces lactate.
If the lactate accumulation is too high, the body can produce lactic Acid.
Dean's body doesn't suffer from the lactate build-up which makes him never tired.
Dean started to run when he was part of a relay team in high school.
Although the rest of his team could complete only 15 laps, before he was told to stop 105. He did so.
He had completely stopped running since then, before he turned 30. Clearly interested, certain scientists in Colorado tested his endurance.
They said that a maximum test of 15 minutes would take, but he remained on the treadmill for over an hour.
Because of this unique capacity, he once ran 50 marathons in 50 days.
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