Here you go: Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have found that naps may help your brain work better later.
Matthew Walker, who led the study, says we know that sleeping is critical to cementing new memories, but this research looked at whether getting sleep before learning is equally important to prepare your brain to soak up information.
“Despite us all knowing the sort of subjective benefits of sleep, what may be surprising to the general public is that scientists and doctors do not still have a satisfying answer as to why we sleep â€” and that, of course, is one-third of our lives,” Walker tells NPR’s Guy Raz.
March 7, 2010 by 4 Comments
Naps May Improve Performance Later In The Day…ZZZZZZ