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Napping Tips


According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults get between 7 - 9 hours of sleep each night. Studies have shown that getting consistent sleep each night can regulate mood and is related to learning and memory functions. It may also be a critical factor in overall health, weight and energy level.

Napping Tips

Did you know that taking a 20-30 minute nap could improve your academic performance? Follow the tips below and you will be on your way to success!

  • Limit your nap to 20-30 minutes. This will boost your alertness, productivity and concentration.
  • Set an alarm to wake you up in 20-30 minutes.
  • Nap in the late morning or early afternoon. If you nap late in the day you may disrupt your nighttime sleep.
  • Minimize sleep distractions with a dark and quiet place to nap. Use an eyeshade and earplugs.

 


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Last updated: 7/16/20