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power nap

A colloquial, humorous term for a nap taken during work for refreshment before resuming one's work.
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While this may not be possible for everyone, compensating for sleep by taking 30 minute power naps before iftar could help maintain energy levels for the rest of the day.
I've been having power naps whenever I can get my head down.
Over the years the company has introduced table football, office golf, a "chill out" room and even a special relaxation chair for power naps to keep staff happy and motivated.
The pod--a padded contraption like a first-class aeroplane seat, with a visor to block out light and external sounds--allows staff to take 20-minute power naps to recharge their batteries.
In a just-completed twin study at Liberty University and at Sam Houston State University, power naps were shown to improve memory in study participants while reducing participants' perceived stress levels.
He was able to snatch half a dozen power naps of between one and three minutes, but over the first two nights he did not sleep at all.
Fossett had snatched six power naps of one to three minutes and drunk 12 chocolate milkshakes.
I was a regular afternoon-snoozer before power naps became fashionable.
Fueled by lunch-hour power naps, she also takes night classes toward a master's degree in sports administration and works with a local feline rescue group.
this, bit of "I've been having power naps whenever I can get my head down.
Thank goodness for power naps because against Gary in patches, that was one of the best hours of darts I've ever played.