Short rest positively impacts almost every aspect of human well-being and performance.

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Increase Alertness

Short rest can improve cognitive functioning and alertness, resulting in a 30% decline in attention failures from baseline measure.

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Reduce The Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease

Systematic midday napping (at least
3 times per week) is associated with a 37% lower risk of coronary heart disease.

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Boost Productivity

Lack of sleep causes workers to perform at subpar levels. Harvard researchers estimate that sleep deprivation costs US companies $63 billion in lost productivity per year.

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Enhance Learning

Even an ultra short period of sleep is sufficient to enhance memory processing.

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Reduce Stress

Daytime napping stops or even reverses the process of deterioration in visual perception, thus helping individuals cope with information overload. 

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Improve Mood

Naps improve performance level and self-confidence of task performance.