A new study conducted by UCLA shows that employees and the companies they work for can benefit from a nap at work. After this well-deserved rest, employees are more alert and ready to accomplish upcoming tasks they have in the upcoming hours.
Jerome Segal, director of the U.C.L.A Center For Sleep Research says to avoid caffeine like the plague after lunch. Also, you should make waking up the same time every day a habit. Keep in mind women need more sleep then men do.
The trick is to not nap for longer than 30 minutes to an hour or it can cause sleep inertia. (The grogginess you get after a long sleep.) What do you think? Should naps be a regular occurrence at work? Let us know in the comments below!