How Long To Nap For The Biggest Brain Benefits

Napping gets a bad rap.

A common accusation is that it’s only for a certain type of person, like children, seniors or worst of all, the lazy (think George Costanza, from Seinfeld). Those who are at a productive age, but lack the will to get through a full day without dozing off.

Another misconception is that if we were to just get a good night sleep, we wouldn’t need to nap.

Nap Benefits
However, since the late 1980s science has honed in on the value of napping, showing time and again that it should be a tool in the arsenal of anyone who values better more productive days. Among its chief benefits, napping boosts performance, enhances mention function and improves psychological well-being.

In other words, the humble nap will help you get more stuff done later that day, and make you feel a whole lot better in the process.

How Long Should I Nap?


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