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MSU Study Finds That Naps Don’t Help Sleep Deprivation

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Sleep, the study marks one of the first to analyze the effectiveness of cat naps. For people with packed schedules, short naps can help them power through the day.

However, MSU’s Sleep and Learning Lab discovered that these power naps couldn’t substitute for quality sleep at night. On the plus side, they did observe some noticeable benefits of daytime naps.

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