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"Nappers" get sleepy in the afternoon, but have a second burst of energy in the evening.

Scientists say there may be 6 types of sleepers, from ‘night owls’ to ‘woodcocks.’ Here’s how to find which one you are....

"Afternooners" are sleepy both in the morning and in the evening, and "nappers" are alert in the morning and the evening but sleepy in the afternoon.
Would you pay up to $250 a month to nap in a pod?

I went inside the now-closed NYC napping lounge where people paid up to $250 a month to nap in dark, private pods at any time of day — here̵...

At Nap York in New York City, which is now closed down, people paid $15 to nap in a pod for 30 minutes, or $250 a month for a nap-a-day membership.

I’m convinced power napping is the key to my productivity — and there’s research to back me up

Research has shown that short power naps can improve your ability to remember, reason, and learn.

I tried Casper’s $35 pillow that’s designed to help you sleep anywhere— here’s what it’s like

The concept for Casper's latest pillow was much better than the execution.

How to quickly adjust to getting less sleep

Michael Breus, a psychologist and sleep specialist, offers his best tips for staying awake when you're not sleeping enough.

17 quick and easy daily habits that can significantly improve your life

Have a few minutes? That's all the time you need to pick up one of these habits that could make you happier, healthier, and more productive.

A productivity expert says coffee naps — ‘nappuccinos’ — changed his life. Here’s how.

Naps can be a great way to energize during an afternoon slump. A quick snooze can boost your memory, make you more alert, speed your reaction times, and improve your mood. In Daniel Pink's new book, "When," he gives his formula for the perfect 2 p.m. "nappucino."
Sometimes you need to recharge the battery.

There’s a ‘club’ in midtown Manhattan where tired office workers pay $10 to take a 30-minute nap

Nap club Nap York opened in one of the busiest New York City neighborhoods. For $10, visitors can book a 30-minute stay in a tranquil nap pod.

Richard Branson caught an employee sleeping at the Virgin Australia office and snapped a hilarious photo

Some psychologists and high-powered execs support napping on the job, provided that you do it a bit more discreetly.