Sleeping on the Job. Naps can Keep us Healthy and Increase Energy Levels
The Boston Globe recently published its guide to napping. Take a look at this article. It says in part:
For years, Naps have gotten a bad rap, derided as a sign of laziness, weakness or senility. We are “caught” napping or “found asleep at the switch.”
But lately napping has garnered new respect, thanks to solid scientific evidence that midday dozing benefits both mental acuity and overall health. A slew of new studies have shown that naps boost alertness, creativity, mood and productivity in the later hours of the day.
So close the door and put those feet up if you have a demanding afternoon meeting.
What’s in a Nap?