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NASA: Napping Just 26 Minutes Can Improve Job Performance by a Third

With so many more of us working from home these days, naps have suddenly become a lot more feasible for a lot more people. Research shows there are plenty of reasons to take advantage of your newfound proximity to your bed.

Naps boost memory, improve performance, make your brain work better, and reduce stress. The truth is, a snoozing employee is…

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Top Inc.com columnist/ Editor/ Ghostwriter. Book lover. Travel fiend. Nap enthusiast. https://jessicastillman.com/

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