Daytime Naps Boost Memory and May Help Fight Fibro Fog

If you are still trying to get out of fibro fog, daytime napping could help! A team from the University of Geneva in Switzerland conducted a study to investigate the effect of daytime naps on the brain. It was found that taking short naps in the day can help to improve brain functions and boost memory. Specifically, a daytime nap can help to improve learning when it is connected to rewards.

How do daytime naps help?

When you sleep, the links between the 3 portions of your brain responsible for cementing memory and processing rewards are strengthened greatly...

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