Tuesday, 22 May 2018

The importance of lunch naps for busy workers

Lunch nap is a very important ritual for blue collar workers

According to the Ministry of Manpower, Singaporeans worked 45.9 hours a week. That is an average of slightly over nine hours a day. It is one of the highest averages in the world – no wonder you are pretty much drained and looking like a zombie by 3pm.

But while coffee is everyone’s perk-me-up, there might be a better way to recharge and get over that afternoon slump: A power nap.

“Compared to coffee or energy drinks, power naps can give the body much-needed rest rather than trying to sustain energy or concentration, which can be counter-productive,” said Dr Tripat Deep Singh, a Philips International Sleep Specialist at the Philips’ Sleep and Respiratory Education Centre.

Read more @ https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/lifestyle/power-nap-work-singapore-where-to-go-how-it-works-10245470

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