Nap After You Learn Something!

It’s fairly well-known that quality sleep can help your brain “file” the information that you’ve absorbed during the day.

Sleep is the powered-down time that gives the brain a chance to replay the information what was learned during the day. It’s a necessary function that allows the body, as well as the mind, to rejuvenate for optimal performance the next day.

As science develops a better understanding of sleep physiology, and the way our body clocks function, we’re starting to understand why taking a nap is critical to our success.

In some parts of the world, napping culture has been embraced by the workplace. In Japan and Korea, employees are encouraged to take an afternoon nap to boost productivity.

Study shows that a process even more effective in children than in adults. Children sleep longer and deeper because they must take on enormous amounts of information every day.

So the next time you’re learning something and have the head room, try to take a nap and you may find that you’re enhancing your learning process.

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Maya Kacharava

About Maya Kacharava

May has graduated from the Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts. She holds a master's degree in business administration. May worked as a teacher for MCCA for several years. She taught students management, marketing, statistics and other business-related subjects. In her free time May enjoys reading, traveling, sports, meeting people, midnight strolls... Always learning. This is May's Facebook profile
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One Response to Nap After You Learn Something!

  1. Dirk Wagner says:

    I totally agree. I recently did several road trips. Napping in between helped me to stay alert all the way to the end!

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