It’s free, nontoxic, and has no dangerous side effects. So why do people have to be convinced to nap? Employers want to keep their workers occupied with the business of business. Parents want their children to do homework when they come home from school or play outdoors instead of “sleeping the day away.” But as the facts pile up, the case for napping becomes too compelling to dismiss. Science will give you twenty good reasons to nap!
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