Do you take naps ?

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  1. LisaInN.Idaho

    LisaInN.Idaho Naturally Twirly Supporter

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    My daughter is a student and she takes what she calls coffee naps. Drinks a cup of coffee and takes a quick nap in the 15 minutes or so it takes the caffeine to hit her system and wakes up raring to go.
     
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  2. Austin

    Austin Administrator Staff Member

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    I do that too, but when I wake up from a full night and I'm still tired. I'll just go back to bed for the 20 minutes it takes for the coffee to hit my blood. That's usually how I start my weekends.
     
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  3. CajunSunshine

    CajunSunshine Joie de vivre!

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    I find that naps longer than 15 minutes leave me feeling groggy, so I set a kitchen timer to regulate my "power naps." Works like a charm for me and I wake up feeling refreshed.



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  4. Clem

    Clem Realist

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    No naps here. There'll be plenty of time for laying around after I'm dead.

    Hmmm, wonder if anybody's last thought was "I wish I'd took more naps" ?
     
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