HOW NAPS CAN MAKE YOU MORE PRODUCTIVE

The executives at Google were really onto something when they started building “nap pods” in their offices so employees could escape from work and doze off for a few moments. Surely, nap pods provided a solid boost to company morale, but studies show that napping also has a positive effect on a person’s productivity and thought processes. Elizabeth McDevitt, a sleep studies researcher at the University of California, Riverside said, “When people nap, their performance doesn’t deteriorate, and often even improves.” Accordingly, before you write off naps as an activity reserved for kids, seniors, and cats, take a look at how it might benefit you in the workplace.