What should I do when I Wake Up from a nap?

What should I do when I Wake Up from a nap?

Do something to energize you when you wake up: If you take a shorter nap, you should wake up fairly alert, but if you oversleep or take a longer nap, you might need a few minutes to reenter the waking world.

Do you think naps are a good thing?

Sure, seems pretty obvious, but it’s always nice to have solid science on your side. For this reason—and also because naps can feel luxurious and pleasurable—my position is that folks should embrace naps more widely. There is a caveat: Truly useful napping is an art form.

What happens when you take a 15 minute nap?

Notice how good you feel after a short nap and watch what it does to those tasks you enjoy doing and dedicate your spare time to. It’s hard to inspire anyone with your work when you’re dead tired. Add in a 15-minute nap at midday to see if it makes a difference to your energy levels and state of mind.

Where is the best place to take a nap?

The best place to nap is in your bedroom, with the lights off and blinds down. The darkness helps you rest and shutting the door helps block out noise. If you’re at work or away from home, you can still nap. There is a guy I used to work with who would take a nap in the lobby on the couch unashamedly on his lunch break.

Why do I always wake up groggy after a nap?

“If you can’t fall asleep in twenty minutes, you do not need the nap.” If you’ve tried it all and just can’t seem to wake up from naps without feeling groggy, it might not be your thing. Some people just don’t mesh well with napping.

What’s the best way to wake up from a nap?

Take a nap that’s either less than 30 minutes or approximately an hour and a half. Taking a nap for less than 30 minutes keeps you from falling into a deep sleep cycle. Similarly a nap of about an hour and a half allows you to complete a full sleep cycle so that you can wake up feeling refreshed.

Do you need a nap if you can’t fall asleep?

“If you can’t fall asleep in twenty minutes, you do not need the nap.” If you’ve tried it all and just can’t seem to wake up from naps without feeling groggy, it might not be your thing. Some people just don’t mesh well with napping. “Napping may not be good for everyone,” Kole says.

Notice how good you feel after a short nap and watch what it does to those tasks you enjoy doing and dedicate your spare time to. It’s hard to inspire anyone with your work when you’re dead tired. Add in a 15-minute nap at midday to see if it makes a difference to your energy levels and state of mind.