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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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And he revealed he only slept for five hours during the run and used power naps to rejuvenate himself.
Today, though, a growing number of companies are waking up to the benefits of power naps, and some employers are embracing daytime slumber with employer-sponsored nap rooms and snooze-friendly policies.
Hire a cart - Your children can take a quick power nap in a cart between sets, and it can carry your belongings safely and keep them dry.
LEARN HOW TO POWER NAP Allow yourself a quick sleep at some point between 2pm and 4pm.
Equipped with a unique MicroPOWER battery, the Jabra STEEL is lightweight and comes with a talk time of over six hours, as well as a power nap feature for extended standby.
The day's play had been rained off and I was taking a power nap in the afternoon.
But when you need a quick recharge, a 15- to 20-minute afternoon power nap can do wonders.
20 MINUTES IS THE PERFECT-LENGTH POWER NAP "SHORT naps of five to 15 minutes have been proven to be very effective at promoting energy renewal and increasing cognitive function," says Dr Ramlakhan.
Later lessons include how to be happy, wealthy and wise by harnessing the power of sleep, sleep walking and night terrors, how to power nap, an examination of dreams and much more.
Power nap or "siesta", call it what you wish, the new Ostrich pillow gives the tired and mobile a chance to nap "any where, any time".
There is also a revolutionary new feature called Power Nap that allows a Macbook to download software updates, sync with iTunes, check email and perform Time Machine backups, all while in deep sleep mode.
Power Nap also lets the system backup to Time Machine in sleep mode, as well as download updates.