[Infographic]  siesta,micro naps, nano naps and powernaps

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What do Bill Clinton, Margaret Thatcher, Napoleon and Enstein have in common? They all regularly took a nap or a powernap as it is called a short sleep today. In southern countries the siesta is very ordinary. There usually is somewhere between 12 and 15 o’clock in the afternoon. And that’s not foolish because many studies show that an afternoon nutrition is very healthy. It improves your memory, reduces chances of heart problems and increases productivity. This informative illustration shows everything you wanted to know about siesta, napkins, afternoon sleepers, haze sleeping and powernaps.

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