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The 5 Types of Napping You Need to Know

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The site Memolition recently published several infographics that highlight the many various types of Napping. They claim to have defined 5 different types, each of them varying in time spent asleep.

It’s interesting to see there’s a Nano-nap that lasts for less than a minute at 10 to 20 seconds. I’m sure we’ve all experienced those naps at one time or another and I’m guessing they never feel that short.

Take a look at the rest of the Napping types below and also visit their site to see a couple of other very informative infographics about Napping.

For other interesting and informative infographics about Napping visit Memolition here.

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