New research suggests regular afternoon naps (longer than five minutes but shorted than two hours) can be linked with better cognitive health in the elderly

A new observational study is building on an increasing body of data finding a correlation between afternoon naps and improved mental agility and cognitive function. The research hypothesizes afternoon naps may help moderate age-related neuroinflammation, helping keep the brain healthy.

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