Overall, naps have a lot of advantages over drinking coffee. They can boost your brain’s learning capacity, improve alertness, and generally improve your brain’s cognitive abilities. Plus, naps don’t have a crash associated with them like caffeine does. In a landmark study conducted by the Department of Psychology at the University of California, San Diego, napping for 60 to 90 minutes was found to improve performance in perceptual learning, procedural motor skill, and verbal memory considerably more than caffeine.
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