Daytime Napping May Lead to An Early Death, Cambridge University Study
Published: Apr 16, 2014
Many of us yearn for the chance to take a midday nap, especially after a rough night with no sleep. And while some countries may see daytime naps, or siestas, as a form of stress relief, being tired often and subsequently napping it off, may be a sign of an underlying health problem. At least, that’s what researchers from Cambridge University are saying, after they found that people who took more daytime naps were also more likely to die younger.
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