napping-on-lawn-seemann-morguefile.jpgNaps make you smarter and boost your ability to learn, say researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. In fact, they’re the brain’s way of making room for new information.

Just 60 minutes of shut-eye can boost learning ability significantly, says Matthew Walker, a Berkeley professor of psychology and lead investigator of the study.

(Continue reading in USA Today)

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