In a culture that rewards those that wear sleep deprivation as a badge of honor, naps may seem sacrilege. A siesta or a WP_20150402_10_39_26_Pro
midday snooze refreshes the brain and protects health. On the other hand,  sleep deprivation can lead to depression, anxiety and lack of focus which can provoke accidents. In a Boston Globe article by Steve Annear, a researcher known as Napman stands behind National Napping Day, from an upright or supine position. http://bit.ly/1BjDk19

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