If you’re anything like me, you constantly have to suppress the urge to put your head down on your desk and take a mid-afternoon nap at work. Well, a new article published in Psychology News Today says that perhaps a short nap can be …

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Napping for workplace productivity

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  1. That’s why I freelance now. Nothing better than a 2 pm nap.

  2. Ive tried one of these things and they are awesome. A message to all employers …. GET ONE !!!

  3. I am a Sales Manager for a IT firm and my guys have been taking naps in these pods and like the statistics say they are 35% more effective and alert at work. Brilliant idea.

  4. Of course, this assumes that one even gets a lunch break to begin with!

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