Benefits Of Taking Naps
We all need sleep to function, but it's not always practical to get 8 hours of sleep every night. Those sleep deprived days can seem to drag, and require lots and lots of caffeine. But the one saving grace that can help when the middle of the day blues come around, is no other than the nap.
Good for the Noggin
A nap a day keeps the doctor away, or something like that. Napping can not only help you get your energy back, but it also can help you relieve stress and bring you a major mood boost. Having that little midday refresher can make it easier for you to focus on your work and keep all your motor skills in check, as well as improve memory and creativity.
Napping is Normal
Nap time is not something we should feel guilty about, just ask the Southern European countries that have practiced it for centuries. Siestas come in handy after a tiresome morning or a big lunch, so it can be really helpful for you to take 20-30 minutes for yourself to recharge your battery.
Smart People Take Naps
Being tired is not a sign of weakness. In fact, a lot of the smartest and most influential people throughout history relied heavily on naps. Some of those include: Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill, and John F. Kennedy. If nobel prize winners and leaders of the free world can use naps as a crutch, then you can too.
Sleep Now, Sleep More Later
For those who struggle with insomnia know that waking up can be such a struggle with little to no sleep. Taking a nap regularly during the day has shown to help improve your overall sleep schedule, and making your life a lot more balanced. Napping can be that quick fix of rejuvenating energy that can get us through the day and sleep regularly at night.
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