We have a range of other useful insights and facts about sleeping and how to manage it right. And I recommend this little book by Dr. Martin Berkowitz (pdf link here). But first of all, nap time is a great excuse to get into your morning routine!
The good news is that nap is such a natural process of life that it doesn’t feel unnatural for us. It’s our natural state of the day and what helps us feel awake in the morning. When we become aware of the time being our nap comes into play because that is when we have been working. It means we are tired, tired of the work and we want to sleep!
Naps are also a good time to get healthy with a healthy snack, healthy breakfast (which you can read about at this article we did on breakfast here) and some good, low-sugar-and-salt-rich beverages.
What do we actually do during the nap?
In most places, there are times when you can nap for any length of time or time. But if you have ever had to take a nap in the early morning of a Monday morning you’ll know how easy it is to do that. You put on a good, quiet, comfortable, well-lit room and you take a nap! You’ll be able to go about your day and don’t have to worry about any distractions from your work, friends or co-workers making it difficult to do things. No more worries about missing work so that you can fall asleep while you watch TV or play games!
But how to actually take a nap? That is more of an exercise of willpower and a bit tricky. The body has a natural response to wake up and it’s called REM sleep. This is when your brain, muscles and nerves are still active and so are your breathing rate.
So, let’s say you’ve had a good night’s sleep and it’s 5:30 a.m., you’re feeling very tired and you’d rather be able to rest, but you realize after a while your brain is starting to go. So you decide to take a nap. You’ll find yourself lying down, your head on your pillow and your feet on the floor. You slowly come up to your feet and fall asleep.
The next morning you look in your diary and you realize you haven’t fallen asleep yet. But you also realize that this is all natural and is happening because of the natural process of sleep.
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